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    alfaruq is offline Trained Alumni
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    Default Migrating some users from existing sendmail to a Zcs server

    Dear All

    I have a scenario.

    I have a domain abc.com as my organizations mail server in a Sun Solaris using sendmail.

    Now I created a Zcs server where I want few of my users to migrate.

    the existing servers domain is : abc.com
    The mail server is : mail.abc.com
    The new zcs server is : email.abc.com

    in new server user address are xyz@abc.com so is in the previous server.

    Now we have a barracuda protection so the primary MX is barracuda from where mails are pushed to old server.

    Now I relayed SMTP through mail.abc.com

    so when i send a mail to any one of @abc.com they receives it in old server mail box and so is the box i want in new server and can send mail to any other place using @abc.com.

    How can I get specific users mail directed to my new Zcs servers mail where i created that box?
    exactly I am a part of abc.com and i need to use the new zcs server using @abc.com & send as @abc.com.

    Please suggest

    Tito

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfaruq View Post

    How can I get specific users mail directed to my new Zcs servers mail where i created that box?
    exactly I am a part of abc.com and i need to use the new zcs server using @abc.com & send as @abc.com.
    Look at the documentation on split domain. In particular look at:

    Split Domain with a Sendmail Primary - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matuscak View Post
    Look at the documentation on split domain. In particular look at:

    Split Domain with a Sendmail Primary - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Thank you Matuscak!

    But now I have this message at maillog.

    ================================================== =====
    Jul 25 21:54:35 mail sendmail[3688]: o6PFsYNQ003687: to=tiktiki@zimbra.int, delay=00:00:01, xdelay=00:00:01, mailer=esmtp, pri=43328, relay=zimbra.int. [203.76.99.75], dsn=5.7.1, stat=Service unavailable
    ================================================== =====

    Please help out

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfaruq View Post
    ================================================== =====
    Jul 25 21:54:35 mail sendmail[3688]: o6PFsYNQ003687: to=tiktiki@zimbra.int, delay=00:00:01, xdelay=00:00:01, mailer=esmtp, pri=43328, relay=zimbra.int. [203.76.99.75], dsn=5.7.1, stat=Service unavailable
    ================================================== =====
    The error usually means there is an authentication problem or relaying is denied.

    Can you create a "email.abc.com" domain on the Zimbra system and then send a message from the Sun box to a test account at email.abc.com?

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