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    Default domain.com vs host.domain.com installation issues

    Hello,

    I installed Zimbra 5 on Debian 4 last year and I ended up with domain.com for my spam training accounts and wiki accounts, etc. Now I installed Zimbra 6 on Debian 5 and it set everything up as host.domain.com. How do I change/what should I change to reflect just the domain portion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zimhead View Post
    Now I installed Zimbra 6 on Debian 5 and it set everything up as host.domain.com. How do I change/what should I change to reflect just the domain portion?
    When you installed the new version of Zimbra you would have been asked if you wanted to set the Domain Name, you should have answer 'yes' to that otherwise the install script will use the FQDN of your server.

    You'll now need to rename the domain, you should go to the wiki and search for 'renamedomain' or as the zimbra user do 'zmprov help commands' and look for that function.
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