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    All the required settings are given in the link
    more than that you need to install and play with it to see what other scalability tweeks you will require..

    To be honest its not a small install and detailing everything and every analysis of what you need is little bit out of scope of these forums which we manage on our free time.

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    Yes I agree, all that required is described in the given link.

    If we were implementing the solution for a constant no of users , we would have followed the link, but iIn our company around 100 employee join and 50 leave in a week , so it will be hard to add and remove all these users.

    Hope you will suggest another solution...

    thank you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samihan View Post
    Yes I agree, all that required is described in the given link.

    If we were implementing the solution for a constant no of users , we would have followed the link, but iIn our company around 100 employee join and 50 leave in a week , so it will be hard to add and remove all these users.
    That's an administrative task that is the responsibility of your Admin. You should read the product documentation about Bulk Provisioning and search the forums for some scripts to add/remove users with 'zmprov'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hivos View Post
    The situation you describe is quite standard for a multi-server setup. You'll have one master-ldap server at your head-office, possibly a slave-ldap in each branch office, and one mailbox-server per office. All the functionality you describe will work by default.

    Begin by reading the multi-server install guide and do a test setup on a LAN:
    Table of Contents


    I did a test setup on LAN,
    Master Ldap server - auth.company.com
    Slave-Ldap+MTA+Mailbox --- maila.company.com
    Slave-Ldap+MTA+Mailbox --- mailb.company.com

    On completion of installation, changed values of Server pool of maila.company.com to maila.company.com and mailb.company.com to mailb.company.com
    When I created a new account a1@company.com it wen to 'mailb' instead of 'maila'

    How can I force maila.comapny.com to use its own mail box??


    Thank you

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