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    Question Bounce Messages but Allow Access

    Hello Forum,

    We have a member of administration who wants to have access to a departing user's email folders, but wants new incoming messages to be bounced. Does anyone know if there is a way to set this up? I know I can give the user access, but I'm not sure I can give him access AND also change the account in some way that it bounces incoming messages (as if the account were no longer there).

    Thanks,

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    How about Wiki :: Restrict Recipients then Postfix will handle it while still allowing you access ?

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    Thanks for the direction and I'm not sure if that will work or not. I'm still exploring how our system is set up.

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    So we don't have any of this items in the wiki set up. We could do this for one person so that anyone that emails them gets a bounce back message?

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    Alternatively, I'm wondering if there is a way to take the folders from her account and pull them down somewhere physically.

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    Or you could use Zmprov - Zimbra :: Wiki and rename the account ?

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    Right, but I was thinking about this last night. I think the client wants it moved and pulled from the server to a physical location that he doesn't have to log into.

    Any ideas?

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