I feel so dumb on this issue. I don't know what to search the forums for so I am sorry if this has been dealt with before.
This is my first Zimbra server and I truly love what I see, in fact, I stopped learning EX2010 as my first shift from Hmail. Don't laugh please.
The install has gone remarkably well, although I built/killed/built the box before I started to use it so that I could document my methods just in case.
Now I don't want to re-build the server for this issue if at all possible.
1. I setup the server as webmail.original.domain.here
2. I then setup the domain original.domain.here (might have done this incorrectly)
3. After setting up the mx record for original.domain.here I was happy with what happened and decided to create
5. configured the server to be a secondary mail server so as to start using new.domain.here in a split dns and it seems to be working by collecting POP mail from the primary ISP server.
The Issue I have is that mail sent from new.domain.here through the ISP server as smart host, is being junk mailed at some locations. I determined that mail sent from firstname.lastname@example.org is showing as originating from original.domain.here and being blocked or treated as bulk mail.
So again, I am sorry if I am asking a question that has been dealt with, or if this is a silly issue, but I am curious if this is an issue of the canonical name or if I need to setup a masquerade/alias of the domain names.
I don't want to rebuild as know I eventually would like to host a few domain names on this box. Would it be better to simply setup mx records for new.domain.here, although I suspect the sending will still be the same.
Or, would it be better to drop the smart host and do a direct send from each of the domains.
Thoughts are appreciated.