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    rafrio is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default Adding a domain to Zimbra Email

    One of the input parameters when adding a domain to Zimbra Email is a class of service id. Is this parameter required?

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    Last edited by rafrio; 11-17-2006 at 12:39 PM.

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    dkarp is offline Zimbra Employee
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    Default Please don't post the same question twice.

    I believe that it's optional, and that it'll default to the "default" COS if unset.
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    downtheline is offline Junior Member
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    If I'm creating an user through the soap api, what parameter do I need to assign the COS ID? which attribute?

    47 <CreateAccountRequest>
    48 <name>...</name>
    49 <password>...</password>*
    50 <a n="attr-name">...</a>+
    51 </CreateAccountRequest>
    52
    53 <CreateAccountResponse>
    54 <account name="{name}" id="{id}">
    55 <a n="...">...</a>+
    56 </account>
    57 </CreateAccountResponse>
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    rafrio is offline Intermediate Member
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    <a n="zimbraCOSId">...</a>

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