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    Default OOPS! My server name is in my email address

    Hi all:
    I am new to Linux and Zimbra, so bare with me on this
    I have Zimbra 5.0.4 on SUSE 10.3 in a test lab on VMWare Server. I also have a Windows 2003 server (Domain Controller) and 2 XP Pro clients with Office 2003 SP3.

    I messed up when I set this up and would like to know where I goofed up so I don't do this when I go live. I did follow the excellent posts around here, so it is my fault, I just need a fix.

    user@private.lan is what I want

    user@linux-1hqz.private.lan is what I got.

    Thanks

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    No biggie, just create another domain & move the user's to it - depends on your hostname/hosts file/DNS records at the time you installed.
    Don't delete your old domain, there's still lots of references to it.
    zmprov gacf | grep linux-1hqz.private.lan
    zmlocalconfig | grep linux-1hqz.private.lan
    For instance the spam accounts & default login domain, daily reports etc:
    zmprov mcf zimbraSpamIsSpamAccount spam@domain.com
    zmprov mcf zimbraSpamIsNotSpamAccount ham@domain.com
    zmprov mcf zimbraDefaultDomain domain.com
    zmlocalconfig -e smtp_destination=admin@domain.com

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