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    Default domain name choices for Zimbra server

    When installing zimbra, is it possible to use a hostname such as server1.internal.company.com, but have zimbra host email for @company.com? Are there any tricks you need to achieve this?

    Do you have to have the admin user as admin@server1.internal.company.com in this case, or can you have an admin user admin@company.com?

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    Yep. Just set the server name as is and the email domain to company.com then change the admin user to admin@company.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH View Post
    Yep. Just set the server name as is and the email domain to company.com then change the admin user to admin@company.com
    Thanks for the quick response KevinH. I'm looking at the installer now, but I'm not sure where you mane set the 'email domain'. Option 6)8) SMTP host might be it, but I'm not certain.

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    default domain is under the ldap section. see this post

    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/showthr...default+domain

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