1 (edited by Cédric 2010-05-03 17:25:31)

Topic: [Solved] BCC Recipient to local server

Hi all,

I juste bought iRedAdmin Pro, and i'm really impressed !
I'm trying to migrate from lotus domino R5 to iRedMail solution and i've got a question.

I've done mail synchronisation with imapsync, but i'm trying to put a bcc recipient so when a user receive a mail on the "new" Linux server  a copy is send to the "old" Domino server.
But when i put only the IP address of the Domino server in the BCC configuration on iRedAdmin Pro, the mail's not send to old server.

Is their a way to do such thing ?

Thanks by advance for all your answers !

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Re: [Solved] BCC Recipient to local server

Cédric wrote:

But when i put only the IP address of the Domino server in the BCC configuration on iRedAdmin Pro, the mail's not send to old server.

I think this is not clear in iRedAdmin-Pro, it just says 'multiple addresses are not allowed', but it should be a single email address.

I will improve this in next release. Thanks for your feedback and hope this's useful to solve your problem.

3 (edited by Cédric 2010-04-26 23:15:23)

Re: [Solved] BCC Recipient to local server

Ok so i can just put email address in bcc recipient not ip address of one server.

Is their a way to set a server ip for "bcc recipient" ? Or maybe a relay but with a local copy ?

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Re: [Solved] BCC Recipient to local server

Set relay in 'Relay' page:

per-domain relay setting:
http://screenshots.iredmail.googlecode.com/hg/iredadmin/domain_profile_relay.png

Per-user relay setting:
http://screenshots.iredmail.googlecode.com/hg/iredadmin/user_profile_relay.png

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Can i put a local IP address in relay ? such as 192.168.10.100 ?
Does this leave a copy in the "first" server ?

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Cédric wrote:

Can i put a local IP address in relay ? such as 192.168.10.100 ?

Yes, it will forward emails to port 25 of this server with smtp protocol.

Does this leave a copy in the "first" server ?

No.

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Re: [Solved] BCC Recipient to local server

Relay work only with external incoming mail ?
Cause i'm trying it, and if i send a "local" mail it's not relayed.

Is their really no way of keeping a copy of it ? T_T

i'm just trying to make my old server a backup of the iRedMail new one. smile

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Re: [Solved] BCC Recipient to local server

How about using alias or forwarding address instead of relay?

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ZhangHuangbin wrote:

How about using alias or forwarding address instead of relay?

Because the two servers got the same @domain.com, so i can't forward mail to user@domain.com ( on iRedMail ) to user@domain.com ( on Domino ).

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Re: [Solved] BCC Recipient to local server

Hi Cédric

You may add a new domain to the domino server like @domino.domain.com and add this as "global alias domain".. make domino accept mail for this domain and forward a copy to user@domino.domain.com.

Just an idea

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I'm gonna try this one up.
I'll will keep you informed of the progression, thanks a lot for this tip !

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Re: [Solved] BCC Recipient to local server

Works perfectly !
Thanks smile