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    Default Mail from local to public mail server

    Hello , and please be "gentle", i'm new to this.

    This is what i want to do:

    - i have external mail server (hosted by 'some other' ISP)
    - i want to setup Zimbra as a local mail server with identical mailboxes as my public mail server
    - so when user@localdomain sends mail locally, that mail should go to external mail server and then to it's destination.
    - it should be the same with the receiving

    Since my 'hosing provider' has some silly quotes, i want to have my local mail server with 'unlimited' mailbox quotes.

    I hope you understand my need, and tnx in advance.

    PS. Local OS = Ubuntu 6.10

    Tnx !!!

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    Have you considered using Zimbra's Aggrigate mail feature?

    This allows zimbra to connect to external mailboxes, and pull the mail into a specific user's account.

    To send mail out, you can use relaying. You can search for that in the wiki.

    Welcome to the forums. We hope you enjoy your stay!

    john

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    > Have you considered using Zimbra's Aggrigate mail feature?

    Please direct me to some more information, since i'm new to 'this' (Linux + Zimbra). Any additional reading, info, etc???

    Tnx !!!

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