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    Default From Dovecot (cpanel) to Zimbra

    Hello,
    i have a server running cpanel and dovecot currently.
    i was wondering if the scenario below would work:

    1- Create a backup MX record for my domain, pointing to the new server which is not active yet.
    2- Install zimbra on the new server(block the ports so as to make sure no emails come in or out, and the primary MX records pointing to my current server works)
    3- After configuring users accounts, i can take down my primary MX records and test. if things are ok will keep it that way, if not, will go back to the primary MX (old server).

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by xploit View Post
    i was wondering if the scenario below would work:
    There should be no reason why not, try it and let us know.
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