I'm curious if there is an analog for what I am currently doing in Postfix, in Zimbra. Example:
With Postfix currently the users have their own home directory. As an example lets use email@example.com as the email address. All incoming email to firstname.lastname@example.org is forwarded to another address, say email@example.com. Clean mail is sent back to firstname.lastname@example.org, and delivered locally. This is accomplished by using two things:
.forward file containing email@example.com
.forward+clean file that is empty triggering local delivery.
Basically any email arriving that does not match .forward+clean in the home directory, 'falls through' to the .forward file and is sent for spam checking.
Can something like this be done with Zimbra? I ask specifically since everything seems to be stored in ldap, and I am wondering if this capability can be achieved using that.