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    Hello there,

    I have one customer who deploys Zimbra among a few networks. The thing is that they could route all traffic from the branch networks only to the HQ office network.

    I would like to know how to setup ZCS MTA in the branches to route all internal mail data to the MTA in the central location. Is it possible to implement this scenario?


    Roman

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    Though I don't understand your requirement completely but check if this helps,
    Transport Table for external servers - Zimbra :: Wiki
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    Raun
    Always ready to help.

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    Thank you, Raun! But I meant a different scenario.
    The customer has one SMTP domain and one Zimbra server in every branch. The networks between branches don't have direct routing. However, they could send messages through the HQ network. The question is if Zimbra accounts exist on servers in different places without direct routing, how can Zimbra handle this situation? Can administrator setup internal message routing from Zimbra server in branch directly to the Zimbra server in HQ?

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    Finally, I have a solution for my task.

    What you need is zimbraMailTransport user's attribute (Advanced settings) to do the redirection of mail flow to Zimbra server in HQ site. Zimbra uses LMTP to communicate between Mailbox Store servers. Even if email was sent from another branch, it goes directly to Zimbra server in HQ, and after that to Mailbox Store where recipient mailbox exists.

    Perfect!

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    Finally, I have a solution for my task.

    What you need is zimbraMailTransport user's attribute (Advanced settings) to do the redirection of mail flow to Zimbra server in HQ site. Zimbra uses LMTP to communicate between Mailbox Store servers. Even if email was sent from another branch, it goes directly to Zimbra server in HQ, and after that to Mailbox Store where recipient mailbox exists.

    Perfect!

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