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chris1010

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Hi,
i have a situation that i would think that it is pretty common but i can't find any help.

i am pretty familiar with most of the set up process

but i could use a little advice.

so the situation is i have a remote dedicated server through a valueweb.

this server hosts all of the site, and is the mail server for the company.

i would like to set up Kerio mail server on an in house windows 2003 server.

can i get some advice, on the best route to take,

is it as simple as installing the software and changing the MX record of the old server?

any help will be apprecated

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willowsv

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Pretty much yes you will need a stic IP (ovb) and to set the right incoming ports to yuor server.

Once the setup is done it should start recieving mail.
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