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Thread: External forward without local copy

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    Default External forward without local copy

    I would like to suggest an improvement to zimbra.

    There has been an answer to this before in the thread: "Forwarding only accounts" and it works:

    set up the local account as a distribution list:
    zmprov cdl list@domain.tld
    and add the external account to the dl:
    zmprov adlm list@domain.tld acct@external.tld

    The thing is, we should have a checkbox in the forwarding config page that says "copy mails locally" to be able to clear the local zimbraMailDeliveryAddress instead of having to create a distribution list because for one, we cannot create mail aliases on distribution list and for two, it is ankward to create a distribution list since in a normal ISP setup, it is appening very often that mailboxes are external forward-only boxes.

    just a suggestion

    Tx

    -jeff

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    File this is bugzilla as an enhancement.

    http://bugzilla.zimbra.com

    This way you and others can vote on it and help us understand relative priority.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Done: Bug 5990

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