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    Default [SOLVED] Default CC BCC value

    Hello,

    scenario:
    I have zimbra server contain 10 accounts, plus the admin, I want to monitor the sent messages for all accounts, Is it possible to configure my zimbra server by adding an command such as default CC or BCC, we don't to add it manually through the webmail, I want to control it from the server side, and nothing to do from the webmail client..

    Any idea?

    Cheers,

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    You can reconfigure the postfix service to do this, but the settings will need to be redone each time you install an upgrade.

    You can also do this from the admin console, as you have a managable amount of accounts, you could add an entry for the hidden forwarding address. This will forward a copy wherever you want it and cannot be disabled by the user.

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    Is it possible to do this as command instead of admin console? and I would appreciate if you can provide more details about how to done it from the shell.

    I must configure each account their forwarding or I can done by execution a command as global?

    Thank you in advance...

    Cheers,
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    1. I tried it but this can be done for the incoming messages only, what I suppose to do for the outgoing messages?

    2. Is the following CLI can be done also? is it same as I did from the admin consol? if yes then how to delete it? and how to check the current forwarded per user or at all?
    Code:
    $ zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraMailForwardingAddress forward1@domain.com
    $ zmprov ma user@domain.com +zimbraMailForwardingAddress forward2@domain.com
    $ zmprov ma user@domain.com +zimbraMailForwardingAddress forward3@domain.com
    Cheers,
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    I didnt realise you needed to monitor outbound also.

    Have a look at this thread which discusses a feature that should do what you need: [SOLVED] Law Enforcement (aka intercept)?

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    the business requirements needed not me I'm able to monitore the incoming, Is it possible for the incoming?

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    What Dirk has posted would allow you to see all incoming and outgoing for particular users when intercept is used.

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    Thank a loooooooooooooooot

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