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    Default Send from multiple domains from one account

    Howdy,
    I'd like to have our zimbra server be able to send mail from multiple domains, but still have only one set of accounts, the way gmail does this is nice, just select who the mail is from and click send. Is that possible with zimbra?

    Otherwise, it's just setup multiple domains and have all our users have a different account from each domain in order to send mail from each.

    Thanks so much,
    Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by tseinc View Post
    Howdy,
    I'd like to have our zimbra server be able to send mail from multiple domains, but still have only one set of accounts, the way gmail does this is nice, just select who the mail is from and click send. Is that possible with zimbra?
    That's called spamming isn't it? Yes, use a Persona (look in the user preferences).

    Quote Originally Posted by tseinc View Post
    Otherwise, it's just setup multiple domains and have all our users have a different account from each domain in order to send mail from each.
    Make sure you set the 'allow sending from any domain' option in the Admin UI.
    Regards


    Bill


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