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    Default local domain and internet address

    Hello,

    thank you for opensourcing your work.

    We would like to have the following setup,

    1. a local domain with user1@domain.lan

    2. we want user1@domain.lan to become userwhatever@domain.com when he sends mail outside of domain.lan

    part 1 is ok. what we don't know is how to get part 2 working.

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by luiso; 12-01-2005 at 01:19 AM.

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    We do not have the ability to set FROM today. This has been filed as a feature request.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Kevin is correct that you can't set it in the UI, per message - but if you want to set it per ACCOUNT, you can set the zimbraMailCanonicalAddress attribute to the desired value.

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    If I remember correctly there is some tinkering you can do with postfix config that will use a regex expression to change addresses. You may want to look at that. Someone correct me if I'm wrong though!

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    Default zimbraMailCanonicalAddress

    Hi,

    I am in the same situation as the original poster. How does one go about setting the zimbraMailCanonicalAddress attribute on a per-account level?

    Thanks,
    Michael

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    Nevermind... I figured it out:

    zmprov ma {account} zimbraMailCanonicalAddress {new address}

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    On OSS 5.0.9, if a canonical address is set via the admin interface, then any 'reply-to' settings made by the user in his Preferences seem to be ignored.


    E.g. user test@domain.com has a canonical address set by admin as dummy@otherdomain.com;

    If user test sends an email, the reply-to will be dummy@otherdomain.com. So far so good.

    Now user test goes to Preferences|Accounts and changes the 'Reply-to4 value to etwas@gmail.com.

    If user test now sends another email, the reply-to value is still set as dummy@otherdomain.com.

    Is this an intended behaviour or a bug ?

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