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Thread: Different Domains with Z-Push?

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    Default Different Domains with Z-Push?

    After the successful install of Z-Push with Zimbra with one of my domains I try to figure out if it is possible to use Z-Push with different domains on the Zimbra Server.

    On Zimbra itīs easy to manage different domains with different users per domain but how to sync them with only 1 instance of Z-Push.

    Is there a way to do so? I dontīt know where but I thought I have read that this would be possible with Z-Push 2.0 - is this correct or does it still work with Z-Push 1.5.7?

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    I host two domains on my Zimbra server, and Z-Push seems to work fine (I haven't tested it extensively - its a small server with just a handful of accounts).

    Users just need to use the same credentials that would use to login to webmail. All Z-Push does is pass the account details to the Zimbra server to be verified, it doesn't care what domains might be hosted on it. It only knows about one Zimbra server, and expects everything to be handled by that.

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    Hello,

    yes you are right. I tried with the wrong server name. With the name which is configured for Z-Push it works.

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