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    Default Adding alias domainanme?

    Good Afternoon,

    Is there a way to add a alias to a servername?
    What I mean by this is that I have domain Foo.com. All of the internal users receive mail to useranme@foo.com

    I'd like to add bar.com, and treat it internally as if it were foo.com

    So if I receive a message for User1@bar.com, it will just store in the User1@foo.com mailbox.

    I don't see an option to do this server-wide, but I admit by relative newness.

    I do see the Virtual Hosts option, but the text says that this directs users who go to the URL.. It doesn't talk about accepting mail at. It also mentions Tomcat, which seems to imply it doesn't affect postfix/etc

    -Colin

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    Have a look in the wiki for a topic on Managing Domains.
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    Forgive me for being dense- I did a search for Managing Domains, and don't see anything that looks helpful.
    The closest I saw was http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?tit...naging_Domains

    But that doesn't talk about adding aliased domains.

    There's a Masquerade Domains entry at http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?tit...cking_Articles, but it's redlinked.


    Can you help me understand where I should look?

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    You would use the Admin console to create the domain bar.com

    Then when you create a user account, for example user1@foo.com, during that account setup you would specify user1@bar.com as an alias for that user.

    This way if a mail came in for user1@bar.com it would appear in the user1@foo.com mailbox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by e1ven View Post
    Can you help me understand where I should look?
    Does this help?
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    http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=ManagingDomains looks perfect, thank you.

    I didn't find it on the wiki search, since I was looking for Managing Domains (with a space). To help anyone else who runs across it, I added "Managing Domains" to the wiki, as a redirect to "ManagingDomains".

    -Colin

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    Question

    This wiki entry is really usefull, but once I did the manip for creating the domain alias, is it possible to check (even by a command) the list of the domain aliases ?

    And is it possible to erase a domain alias ?
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    How about 'zmprov help commands' or a search of the forums and wiki - all your answers are there.
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    ok you right phoenix please excuse my useless question...

    so I can paste the answer :

    If you want to have all the details about your domains and your domain aliases use the following command :
    zmprov getAllDomains -v

    then you have the ID of your domain that you can delete with the following command :
    zmprov deleteDomain $ID
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