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    KaiW is offline Member
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    Default How to add a (additional) transport map?

    Hello,

    we are installing a ums server, and this server needs to get ums mails (mails with voice, fax, sms attached) forwarded from the zimbra mail server.

    The ums mails have a sender like user1@fax.example.com, user1@sms.example.com and user1@voice.example.com. Mails for these domains should be routed to the ums server.

    AFAIK I need to configure a transport map to do this. According to postfix transport maps, I should be able to add one.

    Since I am rather new to Postfix and Zimbra configuration, and I don't want to break my current configuration:

    How can I add the transport map and what files do I need to change so Zimbra won't overwrite the changes at the next boot / update (examples would be great)?

    Any help would be appreciated!

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    Why don't you just create different MX records for the other domains?

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