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    Default MS Exchange -> Zimbra Question

    Hey Everyone,

    I am about to migrate a Exchange 2003 site to Zimbra 6. I would like both mail servers to co-exist while groups of users are migrated over several weeks.

    I plan on having the exchange server act as a smarthost for the zimbra server. Is there a way on a per user basis I can configure exchange to send mail to the zimbra server? I know this can be done to another domain (Forwarding Mail to an External Recipient) ; however, I would like to do it to the internal Zimbra server.

    I have done several sendmail migrations this way. Any hints or tips would be very helpful. Thanks.

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    Wow. Awesome. That is exactly what I was looking for. I can't believe I missed that document when I was searching the Wiki. Thank you for forwarding it to me and being kind about me not seeing it the first time

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