How to export a list of accounts by domain in Zimbra

by Daniel Pham
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How to export a list of accounts by domain in Zimbra? In some cases, for control purposes, you need to export the account list. For example, maybe every 2-3 months, your boss may ask you to export a list of accounts of employees who have retired.

Or simply, you need to create a group mail including all company employees, so you need to export the account list before creating the group. How will we do it?

My Zimbra environment

I’m using Zimbra version 8.8.12 community.

My system is running single server.

I am running many different mail domains in my Zimbra system.

Recommended Reading: Step by step add a new domain in Zimbra from A-Z

Export a list of accounts by domain in Zimbra

To do this, login to the Zimbra admin account on the web mail.

Next, go to Manage -> Accounts.

move to menu Manage - Accounts in Zimbra admin
Move to menu Manage -> Accounts in Zimbra admin.

In the search box above, you type the mail domain to export the account list.

After the account list appears, click the Settings button in the right corner and click Download.

click Download button to export account list in Zimbra
Click Download button to export account list in Zimbra.

At this point, you will download a CSV file. With this CSV file, you can open it with MS Office (Excel) or LibreOffice (Calc).

Conclusion

So I guilded you how to export a list of email accounts under a searchable domain. Installing Zimbra email is one thing you’ve done before, but now, you need to learn how to manage it.

(This is an article from my old blog that has been inactive for a long time, I don’t want to throw it away so I will keep it and hope it helps someone).

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Kevin
Kevin
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3 years ago

what if i want to download more details information about the account that will be downloaded?

Thx

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