How to add mail disclaimer in Zimbra

HOW TO RESTRICT MAIL USERS TO SEND MAIL LOCALLY IN ZIMBRA

How to add mail disclaimer in Zimbra

Enable mail disclaimer, it is the global on/off switch

zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureEnabled TRUE

Adding disclaimers to a domain takes multiple steps. The first step is to add the disclaimer text into the LDAP server:

  • Text Example
zmprov md knowledgelinux.com zimbraAmavisDomainDisclaimerText "text disclamer"
  • HTML Example
zmprov md knowledgelinux.com zimbraAmavisDomainDisclaimerHTML "<html><body><h1>HTML Disclaimer</body></html>"

After the disclaimer text is added to the LDAP server, disclaimers for the specific domain must be enabled, and then all MTAs updated to grab the disclaimer text. On the first MTA, as the zimbra user:

On MTA1

./libexec/zmaltermimeconfig -e knowledgelinux.com

NOTE: if you have configured multi LDAP Server on MTA, Use One LDAP Uri for this process only .after completion on this task you can add more LDAP server in your MTA server, it is bug.

zmlocalconfig | grep -i ldap | grep -i url
zmlocalconfig -e ldap_url="ldap://Only_first_LDAP:389"

On all additional MTAs:

./libexec/zmaltermimeconfig

To remove a disclaimer from a domain

Removing a disclaimer for a domain that currently has it enabled takes multiple steps.

On the first MTA, as the Zimbra user:

./libexec/zmaltermimeconfig -d knowledgelinux.com

On all additional MTAs:

./libexec/zmaltermimeconfig

Completely disable the disclaimer feature

It is possible to completely remove support for disclaimers by setting the related attribute to FALSE

zmprov mcf zimbraDomainMandatoryMailSignatureEnabled FALSE

 

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