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    Default How to use Virtual Domains

    Hi, I am getting requests from our customers to set up a mail server for their companies.

    is it recommended to just use virtual domains, point the MX at my base zimbra server.

    Then all mail would traced to my base domain.

    Or is it best to set up a new Zimbra server for each company which desires zimbra mail using their domain.

    JR

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    As long as your server has capacity why not just use your base system ? It would certainly remove the management overhead.

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    Default Thank you, a Domain Masquerade question

    I would like to masquerade my main domain which my zimbra server is based on to another domain which I control. This would be a preventative measure so my main domain does not get damaged if these new customers abuse mail.

    This is pretty easy ehhh?


    JR

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