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Thread: Routing Mail

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2007
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    Default Routing Mail

    Currently i'm in the process of switching my users over from godaddy email. During the process I want the users I switch over to use the zimbra server, but I will still need their godaddy accounts to recieve the mail due to I'm the only one changing them over. I have pop3 set up to retrieve their email sent to godaddy for now. The users that I've moved over to zimbra are unable to send email to the godaddy's domain due to it being local in zimbra. I'm using an internal dns server running windows with godaddy's mx records in there. I do a dig and the correct mx records show up, but it still sends the mail to the zimbra server because of it being local. Has anyone had to do this before? If this isn't clear enough please let me know.

    Basically I have x domain set up on zimbra and godaddy is hosting x domain.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    New Delhi, India
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    Default route all the mails coming from this source-address

    I want to route or map the mail which is coming from particular source address to my two or three local mail address. How i can accomplish this task, kindly send me the ans.

    FYI: I am using ZCS 4.5.6 on Redhat ES 4.0

    Tapan Thapa

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