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    Default Emails inbound from specific address should deliver to RCPT and CC another user

    My intent is to have emails from service@company.com go to their intended recipient (user@internal.com) but also get addressed to userB@internal.com.
    I created a mailbox filter rule on userB so that any emails from service@company.com will be put into a folder, but this is obviously only going to help for messages delivered to that user- not the original recipient.

    I read about sender_bcc_maps and receiver_bcc_maps in another thread after trying to search the forums for similar requests but I am unsure if this is the route that I need to go.

    Any assistance in forcing another recipient to be added to an email would be very much appreciated.
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    Still reading around this forum and looking over postfix documentation. I did read about the zcs archiving but I don't think setting up forked messaging is appropriate since it can't be limited to only specific senders once zmarchive enabled is for those users in question. I went back to looking at receiver_bcc_maps but this too seems to only allow those users who get mail to CC another mailbox. I don't want ALL of the emails they receive to be forwarded- only those from a specific sender (service@company.com in my given example).

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    You can create a filter on the intended recipient (user@internal.com) to forward any email from service@company.com to userB@company.com.

    The filter should also keep the mail in the inbox.
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    You can use folder sharing feature , with required feature . Users of internal.com can be configured with persona of service account .I understand that both domains r on zimbra server ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by myarmush View Post
    You can create a filter on the intended recipient (user@internal.com) to forward any email from service@company.com to userB@company.com.
    The filter should also keep the mail in the inbox.
    The problem with this is that I have multiple users that may receive mail from service@company.com: I don't want to have to create a rule on each of their mailboxes if I can avoid it.
    As for folder shares; this is the same concept unless I am mistaken: You still have to create a rule on user mailboxes to send messages to a folder that is being shared.

    Quote Originally Posted by Himanshu
    I understand that both domains r on zimbra server
    This is not the case... To avoid confusion, my problem reiterated:

    Is there a way to force the server to detect inbound emails from service@company.com and add a recipient to the message envelope? Postfix rewriting does not seem to filter specific senders and I do not want all messages from one account forwarded to another account (instructions for that are easily accessible).

    Thanks for the input thus far- still waiting on more feedback!

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    From a quick google, sender_bcc_maps may be the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myarmush View Post
    From a quick google, sender_bcc_maps may be the way to go.
    Moe
    sender_bcc_maps though would copy outbound mail from users to another user. I think you meant to imply receiver_bcc_maps; the problem with this is the fact you can not filter specific sender addresses. What I've found thus far only allows you to specify [target recipient] [intended bcc recient]. - Unless there is more advanced syntax than what is displayed on postfix documentation, this is not a suitable solution.

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    On my development install of ZCS I setup sender_bcc_maps and it works, for inbound mail.

    My sender_bcc_maps file:
    #Mail from wil be BCCed To
    testing@company.com myarmush@company.com

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    Thanks, Moe - I will see about implementing this and giving it a test for a single user before we have a distribution group CC'd with emails from" service@company.com".

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