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    Default Multiple Location Setup

    Hi
    Now we are using Zimbra on a single server - and everything works great but in near future i have to setup a multilocation zimbra installation.

    Example:

    Code:
    Location A                                        Location B
    @abc.com                                        @xyz.com
    Mailstore for @abc.com                       Mailstore for @xyz.com
    MX=mail.abc.com                               MX=mail.xyz.com

    Location A and Location B are connected over VPN.
    The Users must be able to share Objects with write permission between Users from Location A & B.
    (@abc.com and @xyz.com should be internal users)
    It would be great to manage both Locations via one AdminConsole

    So my questions:
    Which Zimbra Servers do i need on every Location. I'f i need a Master Server it would be on Location A.

    I think that i need a LDAP Master Server on Location A and a Slave LDAP on Location B.
    MTA and Store on both Locations.
    But how can i manage that the mails are stored on the right location?

    Thanks for your anwsers!

    Inaut

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    The accounts would need to reside on either mailstore A or B. That is where all their email would be held.

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    you can specify which server users should be created on via cos, so make 2 identical cos, one for each office and just set the default mailbox server pool different for each.

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