- Bud Durland
We are starting down the road of combining three domains into one on our KC server. In the end, all users will be under the new main domain ('PrimaryDomain.com'). For this example, one of the domains being migrated is 'OldDomain1.com'. OldDomain1.com will become an alias for PrimaryDomain.com
One of the hurdles will be group addresses with identical names, but different membership based on physical location.
'MyGroup' in PrimaryDomain.com has users 'John' and 'Mary', and an assigned e-mail address of 'MyGroup<_at_>PrimaryDomain.com'
'MyGroup' in OldDomain1.com has users 'Bob' and 'Cindy', and an assigned e-mail address of 'MyGroup<_at_>OldDomain1.com'
Here is how I think I can address the problem:
Create new group 'PRI-MyGroup', add John and Mary, and assign an e-mail address of 'MyGroup<_at_>PrimaryDomain.com'
Create new group 'OLD-MyGroup', add Bob and Cindy, and assign an e-mail of 'MyGroup<_at_>OldDomain1.com'
This way, users don't have to change their habits of how they address the messages, and anything site-specific that is automated does not have to be changed.
Would this work?
Tested in an off-line environemnt. Nope, doesn't work. Groups must use the default domain.
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