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    I would like to ask you which is the best choice to migrate a domain from a Exchange to Zimbra. What I want to know is which is the best solution to migrate the domain with temporally having some accounts in the Exchange and other accounts in the Zimbra server.

    If I define the same domain in the zimbra server:
    - the exchange server -> all incoming emails of the domain.
    - fetchmail download to zimbra the incoming emails from exchange server.
    - i can't send mails from zimbra to user accounts that are stored in exchange server (zimbra says that the email account doesn't exist but it exists in exchange sever...)

    If I define a different domain in the zimbra server:
    - the exchange server -> all incoming emails of the domain.
    - fetchmail download to zimbra the incoming emails from exchange server.
    - i can send mails from zimbra to user accounts that are stored in exchange server, but the FROM field is not what should be shown.


    How can i get the coexistence of the same domain in both servers with some accounts in each server?

    Thanks,

    Christian

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    You need a Split Domain for this configuration, read that article for full details or search the forums for some further posts on that subject.
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    Bill


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    Thanks phoenix it's what I was looking for.

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