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    rdavisids is offline Active Member
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    Default New email addresses

    I downloaded and installed the Open Source version to test. Our current email server is Sendmail so migrating should not be much of a problem. However, since during the install a fully qualified address is required for the host, does that mean that all email addresses will now have a fully quallified address? (i.e. user@mailhost.domain.com) Will I be able to shorten these to the regular user@domain.com?

    I begin testing this next week so if I need to reinstall or anything I have time.

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    You can set the domain name during the install of Zimbra and the users email reply address will be user@domain.com.
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    Do you mean at the "Main Menu" I should select <1) Hostname: and change from the FQDN to just the Domain (i.e. domain.com)?

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    Never mind I see that I should configure "Create Domain" as domain.com

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