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    mhakali is offline Member
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    Question Wildcard alias (not catchall) doable?

    Hi!

    I would like to set up a dynamic alias where I can register for random services and disabling / blocking when spam arrives.

    I would like *.something@domain.com to be an alias for someuser@domain.com

    This is not a Catch All alias, but a selective alias.

    2nd problem would be (however we'll pass that bridge when it comes!) to be able to reply from these dynamic aliases per default as a source address without adding manual aliases.

    If you have any input it'd be appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    Hi,

    I was going to ask for the same question.
    I need to have alias like "something-*@mydomain.com".
    (But I do need the reply part)

    I follow the thread.

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    Hi,

    I found the solution for my problem.
    I just use the search button

    --> zmprov mcf zimbraMtaRecipientDelimiter -

    https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Plus_Addressing

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