We are attempting to evaluate Zimbra in parallel to our existing locally hosted production (sendmail) mail server. We do not want to disrupt the existing mail system while we evaluate Zimbra. After reading Zimbra's instructions for a "Split Domain" I plan to make the following change to our mail server. Can anyone comment on this approach or alternative? Thanks in advance!
Assume our current mailserver is fruit.example.com and the new server that will host ZCA is zmibra.example.com
1. Configure mailertable with this one line:
2. Declare example.com as a virtuser_domain. In mc file add:
3. Setup our virtusertable to handle the messages we want delivered
locally. Omitting an address will cause it to route to zimbra. Our
virtusertable will contain one line like the following for each email address to be kept on fruit:
As fruit is already configured to handle mail for firstname.lastname@example.org, mail will go where we want. The mailertable entry will tell sendmail to route the messages that aren't handled by virtusertable (during rule set 0) to zimbra. The colons separating the hostnames in mailertable tell sendmail to use the entries in a MX fashion rather than round-robin.