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    Default Howto deliver mail to existing domain using external mx ?

    Hi,

    I am wondering how to set up so mail is delivered using external mx for mails generated locally on zimbra server where this domain exists.

    I have a customer (example.com) who used to use our zimbra mail service, but have now changed their MX and main mail server to another service provider. But they still want to use our server as an mail archive.

    The problem is when any other domain on this server tries to send email to this domain it is delivered locally instead of using their new server.

    Any ideas ?

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    There isn't enough info here to say for sure what the "best" solution is, you'll probably need to make a call on that based on your (and your customer's) needs. However here are a few pointers to things that might help get you down some possible paths to finding a workable solution:
    - Managing Domains - Zimbra :: Wiki
    - Split Domain - Zimbra :: Wiki
    - Transport Table for external servers - Zimbra :: Wiki
    - User Alias Mapping and Mail Transport with Postfix & LDAP - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Depending upon the details, parts, and possibly a combination of these docs may help.

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    Thank you.

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