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    Default about mutil-domain login in !

    If user want to set up the logon page of Web, must use the full email address.

    If use account name, will be failed.
    Such as this set up will be recognized the same account name for mutil-domain.

    For example:
    test@domain.com can be login
    test@new.domain.com can be login.
    And the account name-test will be disabled.

    How to solve ?
    And pls help modify.
    Thanks.
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    do I understand you correctly that you don't want a person to be able to login using just the username test.

    In the global config under the web admin interface theres a default domain. This is automatically appended to usernames without the domain so if a person enters the username test and the default domain is domain.com it will log them into zimbra as test@domain.com

    You may want to see if you can make this value blank. I don't have a server to test this on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    do I understand you correctly that you don't want a person to be able to login using just the username test.

    In the global config under the web admin interface theres a default domain. This is automatically appended to usernames without the domain so if a person enters the username test and the default domain is domain.com it will log them into zimbra as test@domain.com

    You may want to see if you can make this value blank. I don't have a server to test this on.
    Yes,default domain for only account name.
    But i want input full email address.
    How to solve ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    do I understand you correctly that you don't want a person to be able to login using just the username test.

    In the global config under the web admin interface theres a default domain. This is automatically appended to usernames without the domain so if a person enters the username test and the default domain is domain.com it will log them into zimbra as test@domain.com

    You may want to see if you can make this value blank. I don't have a server to test this on.

    solve

    zimbraAdmin->global setting->general information->default domain
    Last edited by siomon.liu; 11-27-2009 at 12:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    do I understand you correctly that you don't want a person to be able to login using just the username test.

    In the global config under the web admin interface theres a default domain. This is automatically appended to usernames without the domain so if a person enters the username test and the default domain is domain.com it will log them into zimbra as test@domain.com

    You may want to see if you can make this value blank. I don't have a server to test this on.

    Thank you very much.

    I setup up null for default domain.
    now go on test!

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