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    Default Changing to user@domain.com from user@mail.domain.com

    This seems obvious, but I can't seem to find it in the documentation or the forums...

    Where do I change zimbra to use user@domain.com addressing instead of user@mail.domain.com?

    In the admin interface, adding users has a drop down for the account name, which only allows the mail.domain.com form.

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    Did you create the "domain.com" as a new domain ?

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    as in the admin ui, domains, new? No I didn't.

    Is that what where I need to set it up? I thought this was for setting up different domain names, not a variation on an existing domain.

    So mail.mydomain.com and mydomain.com would be considered completely different domains then, right?

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    Exactly, they're different domains.

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