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    Default Consolidation of multiple mail accounts

    Typically, I need as least 4 email accounts (3 for work (different domains) and 1 personal). I have achieved this on my current setup by using virtual domains via apache and postfix -> pointing the virtual domain's email to my real account on the server.

    How can send email from my virtual domains using Zimbra? E.g. In Horde/imp I receive all mail to one account, and I can configure numerous 'personalities' to send from. Can I do this in Zimbra?

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    Not yet. It's on the roadmap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    Not yet. It's on the roadmap.

    as a current user i would like my opinion to be heard here.

    i believe from what i heard, that zimbra is tageting itself towards the enterprise both large and small. in that sense, an enterprise is one company. i dont think that zimbra should start implementing all requests from end users, but rather stay focused on what will make this product rock solid.

    also if you want to receive mail for more than one domain this is possible.

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