We're currently using Zimbra 7.2.0 NE and there is journaling set up on the server for archiving, we have an account "firstname.lastname@example.org" that every copy gets dropped into, a while ago we setup smtp journaling to an external archive using this command - zmprov md $(DOMAIN) amavisArchiveQuarantineTo email@example.com. This is all working fine. but now we want to remove the internal archive account.
I cant find any auto bcc settings on the post fix settings and using the below commands dont work
zmprov ma <user@ourdomain> <ArchiveQuarantineTo> ” [this removes the attribute but the users mails still get sent to the archive mailbox]
zmarchiveconfig disable <firstname.lastname@example.org> [this command comes back as successful but mails still get sent to the archive mailbox]
Please assist. not too familiar with Zimbra and have been searching without success online.
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