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    Default Disable local delivery

    I've recently had a user complain about not receiving mail for all of November. Upon inspection her account had the "disable local delivery" box checked an no forwarding address.

    This make me a little nervous. Is there any way that I can search for other accounts that might have this flagged? I've got over 1300 accounts and going through each by hand is not practical.

    Thanks,
    Sloan Poe

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    easy

    zmprov gaa -v | grep -e uid: -e zimbraPrefMailLocalDeliveryDisabled | grep -B1 TRUE | grep -e uid:

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    perfect! Worked like a charm. That revealed 5 accounts that were disabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrklaw View Post
    I've recently had a user complain about not receiving mail for all of November.
    Gosh, that took them a long time to notice missing mail.

    The problem you described is fixed in an upcoming release.
    Regards


    Bill


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