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spiggott

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Does anyone know how to disable a domain without completely removing it from KMS? I am migrating from another server and would like to have all the accounts configured in the domain prior to making my cut to the new system.

FYI, I am using the same MX records and DNS names for my mail server, but will be migrating to a new ISP (and authoritative name servers). My idea is to configure the setting for the KMS identically to my old mail server, then when I change my authoritative DNS servers and the MX records point to the new server everyone's account will be n place and "just work".

The problem is that I am using another domain on the same KMS for testing purposes. If I set up the "real" domain on the KMS and leave it active, any email sent from the test domain to the new domain fails to deliver because the KMS tries to deliver it locally (as it should). I'm just looking for a way to set up and then deactivate the domain until I'm ready to go live.

Any ideas?

--Scott
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