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    Default Changing user's domain

    I recently had to change the domain of my zimbra server running 4.5.4 on fc5. I have everything working fine, but I would like to move the user accounts as well. For example, my new domain is example.org and my old one is example.info. I have an account user@example.info and would like to change it to user@example.org. Is there an easy way to do this? The user actually has several mailboxes and filters so I'd like the easiest way to do it.

    TIA

    Brian

    Edited 2 minutes later:

    Never mind. I figured it out by simply modifying the user account in the admin console. I can't believe I spent almost an hour scouring the forums for something so simple.
    Last edited by toricred; 04-29-2007 at 08:01 AM.

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    You can also add one of the domain as an alias to the other.

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    I actually did that after changing the domain. I added an alias for the old domain so that all e-mails with old addresses will still be delivered. The main problem was for my wife and kids logging in and having to use the domain name.

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