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    Default ZMPROV MCF/MD - Where are these values stored?

    Sorry, kind of noobish.

    I recently configured my Zimbra server to be a secondary MTA to an Exchange server in a slit-domain setup using the following commands:

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    $ zmprov md example.com zimbraMailCatchAllAddress @example.com
    $ zmprov md example.com zimbraMailCatchAllForwardingAddress @example.com
    $ zmprov md example.com zimbraMailTransport smtp:mail.example.com
    
    $ zmprov mcf zimbraMtaRelayHost mail.example.com
    $ zmprov mcf zimbraMtaDnsLookupsEnabled FALSE
    When those commands are executed, where are those variables stored at? Are they in a conf file somewhere? Or is all that held in mySQL? I'm trying to figure out how I can read what these values are currently set to in the system. Thanks for any info provided!

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    Code:
    zmprov gd example.com
    
    zmprov gcf zimbraMtaRelayHost
    zmprov gcf zimbraMtaDnsLookupsEnabled
    If you do 'zmprov help commands' you'll get the format of the required commands.
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    It's not the format of the commands I am looking for. When I execute:

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    $ zmprov md example.com zimbraMailCatchAllAddress @example.com
    It is obviously storing @example.com as the value of the zimbraMailCatchAllAddress variable. Where are these values being stored at?

    EDIT: OK, I misread that you're using the gd/gcf parameter and you can view what thos variables are set to. But where are those variables actually stored at? Conf file? XML file? I'm looking for the actual file that gets read when you either write (mcf) or read (gcf) using the zmprov command.
    Last edited by cucs8; 02-18-2009 at 11:17 AM.

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