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  1. postmap location

    Postmap is in:

    /opt/zimbra/postfix/sbin/postmap

    Hope this helps.
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    We use postfwd running on another server. ...

    We use postfwd running on another server.
    postfwd - postfix firewall daemon
    We have it set up to count messages sent from each account, and it blocks sending if it reaches a threshold. I also...
  3. Looks like that might be our issue as well. I'll...

    Looks like that might be our issue as well. I'll have to do the upgrade. We rarely have fewer than 1000 IMAP sessions running.

    Thanks for the info!
  4. Lmtp

    We are experiencing the same LMTP issue. We have had it 3 times now that LMTP reports busy until it is restarted. We have ~9000 users.
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    We are seeing this as well - we are connecting to...

    We are seeing this as well - we are connecting to a 7.0.1 server though.
  6. For domain, try just using sussexxxx.com.

    For domain, try just using sussexxxx.com.
  7. Has something changed on IOS devices then? When...

    Has something changed on IOS devices then? When we were testing several months ago we had to do this to get them to sync with a self signed cert. After installing the verified cert it worked as...
  8. Is it a self signed certificate? If so, you have...

    Is it a self signed certificate? If so, you have to let it fail, save the settings, edit the settings, turn off SSL, then it should work.
  9. Thread: Basic Questions

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    It surprises me that IMAPsync didn't work well...

    It surprises me that IMAPsync didn't work well for you. We ran it to move our 8500+ mailboxes with very little pain. Most issues were caused by our old server being more permissive with what...
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    On the ones that we saw that were compromised,...

    On the ones that we saw that were compromised, I'm almost positive that it was an actual human doing the sending on the compromised account. Looked like someone copying and pasting 50-ish addresses...
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    Compromised Accounts

    We've seen this before too - in our case it's phishing messages that users had responded to, either emailing their passwords to some unknown person, or following a link and putting their usernames...
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