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    Default Specyfic configuration needs

    Hello,
    I want to install Zimbra Collaboration Suit but I need to know is this possible:
    - The Zimbra server will be installed on local server, but this is not a main IMAP server. Outside office location is main e-mail server configured with domain name etc. I want to download emails (automatically) from this server to local zimbra server. And all messages that being send, should be send via outside server. Is this possible?
    - And the second, users can't delete their messages. Or if the delete message this will be still on server but invisible for user, but visible for admin.

    Is this possible?

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    Welcome to the forums

    In answer to question 1 yes you can certainly do that. Do all emails end up in one IMAP mailbox or separate ? Two choices :-

    1) Use fetchmail to collect all email and inject into the Zimbra SMTP service for local delivery
    2) On each account within Zimbra you can setup a external account which is polled and the email is then collected

    With respect to sending emails you can setup your external mail server as a smarthost from the ZCS (Zimbra) Admin GUI.

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    Great! This is superb software! I feel that is a good starting point to long time relationship with Zimbra

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