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    Default Domain names with single character segments

    I am unable to create domain names that look like x.yyy.zz
    The problem is that Zimbra considers the x. as not a valid name as this segment is made up of a single character. Has anyone found a solution or work around for this?

    Thanks
    Tareq

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Welcome to the forums.

    This subject has been covered before, search the forums. I also think there's a bugzilla entry for it, you can search bugzilla and vote on it.
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    Bill


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    Default Unable to find the thread on forums or the bug in bugzilla

    Can you point me please?

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    Here is the bug. Looks like its resolved in 5.0... which according to pm.zimbra.com, the beta is coming out in a few weeks.

    and here's the thread too.

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    Yep, they're the items.
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