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    Question split domain zmprov ca

    Zimbra is primary, whereas bar@example.com is an account on secondary.
    The example I found (below) shows creating a random password, except this account has an existing password on the secondary mail server.

    Does zmprov handling a secondary address have to have a matching password?

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    $ zmprov ca bar@example.com <some_random_password>
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    Not sure I understand your question. The 'zmprov ca' command allows you to set any password that you want. As far as matching the two servers, the passworda don't have to match, but would typically in a migration situation.

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    Since we don't have documented email passwords I'm trying to figure out if 'zmprov ca secondaryUser@company.com passwordHere' needs to be the same password as the secondary's actual account.

    When the migration occurs I'm going to make zimbra primary, oldMail secondary. This is why I'm wondering if zmprova ca needs to match passwords to relay to secondary's resting spot for mail delivery.

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    Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't see any reason why in a Split Domain scenario you would need to have the passwords match on the two servers.

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