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    dazza_act is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default [SOLVED] Domain name masquerading/aliasing

    I've done a couple of installs now of Zimbra Network Edition on CentOS and I'd like to make sure I got this right.

    I installed the package using a domain name of zimbra.mydomain.org.au. Of course I want outgoing mail to appear from user@mydomain.org.au rather than user@zimbra.mydomain.org.au. Also we need mail addressed to user@mydomain.org.au to be received. Being from the Unix/sendmail world using masquerading and aliasing seemed the way to go so I issued the following commands to accomplish this:

    zmprov cd crs.org.au zimbraDomainType alias zimbraMailCatchAllAddress @mydomain.org.au zimbraMailCatchAllForwardingAddress @zimbra.mydomain.org.au

    zmprov md zimbra.mydomain.org.au zimbraMailCatchAllAddress @zimbra.mydomain.org.au zimbraMailCatchAllCanonicalAddress @mydomain.org.au

    Is that all I need to do? This appears to have accomplished what I need.

    Thanks.

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    dazza_act is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default Domain name masquerading/aliasing

    For anyone else who is interested, it looks like I got this one right. Not having any replies here I decided to send the question to Zimbra support and the response was that what I had done was correct. They also pointed me to the doco at:

    http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=ManagingDomains

    Cheers.

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