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Try this command /usr/sbin/sendmail -bv address. sendmail binary from postfix has special options -bv -bv Do not collect or deliver a message. Instead, send an email report after verifying each recipient address. This is useful for testing address rewriting and routing configurations. This command also can be found in postfix ...


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Zimbra uses postfix for delivering the mail to external addresses. So you can use a lot of the commands on http://www.postfix.org/DEBUG_README.html For example. Log in as the zimbra user and the command to give you a delivery report on a specific destination would be: sendmail -bv micha@kovoks.nl The result will be sent to the zimbra user, so you need to ...


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you can use telnet or sendmail commands from the zimbra user and keep checking the log output (/var/log/mail.log).


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You know getting mail to Yahoo, Hotmail and Gmail can be a real hassle. There are lots of people using relays as smtp2go or amazon for getting their mail through. One catch that you maybe missed (although I didn't see it in the headers) could be disabling the Origin-IP header which exposes the ip address of the person composing the e-mail and could be used ...


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Quite a good one, it requires fiddling with zimbra and postfix and unfortunately requires some manual configuration. I suppose you can handle the amazon stuff for getting an account. all commands are done on the cli as the zimbra user. So login with ssh and become zimbra user by su - zimbra create an file for authentication to amazon: echo ...


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I was having a similar issue. You have the fields mixed up LDAP filter: should be empty because there is some kind of issue between the Zimbra LDAP filter and Redmine's. Account: uid=zimbra,cn=admins,cn=zimbra Password: The password you entered for LDAP during installation Base DN: ou=people,dc=domain,dc=com (replace domain for your domain and com for ...


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Well, I figure it out. The problem in CardBook plugin with validation while adding addressbook was that I used self-signed ceritifcate. So you have to add server certificate exception in mail client (in my case Thunderbird) manually. Then validation process is working. And now you have read/write access to your contacts in Zimbra. FYI: if you use port for ...



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