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Thread: Auto add @xxx.com

  1. #11
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    Default solution that works here (TM)

    Just for anyone who needs to do this:

    By default, zimbras postfix will append myorigin to unqualified recipients. You will need to remove the restriction to only accept fully qualified recipients (ie with @mydomain.com) as well as set myorigin.

    edit /opt/zimbra/conf/postfix_recipient_restrictions.cf and remove "reject_non_fqdn_recipient"

    edit /opt/zimbra/postfix/conf/main.cf and add:
    myorigin = "insert your domain here"

    as zimbra user:
    zmmtactl reload

    Someone else may be able to suggest a better way to hack main.cf - im not sure this edit will survive an upgrade, also you may be able to use $mydomain instead of explicitly typing the domain.

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    I just tried this using 5.0.18 and it prevented any mail from being sent via either the AJAX or HTML client. I quickly reverted the change so don't have a copy of the error message.
    I'll try again on a testbed machine, and/or wait for a supported solution from Zimbra if there is one. For now, our users will have to adapt. It only affects the html client (or Ajax if you ignore the autocomplete and use the tab key) so it's not critical, but would be nice to have.

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