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We currently have a basic POP3 server and are switching to Kerio.

We will be allowing Kerio webmail and Phone ACTIVESYNC access.

The problem we face is this; When a user sends an e-mail using the webmail or activesync to another user on our domain, it never goes to our e-mail filter MTA. We need these e-mails to flow to that filter before delivering into the Kerio mail store.

We've discovered that we can setup Kerio to be a subdomain, e.g. <.a.t.> and use mapping rules so that e-mails to <.a.t.> are rewrote to go to <.a.t.>, and then the webmail will forward e-mails to our filter MTA. But that is not a feasible solution.

If they use the public contacts, or if they send to <.a.t.>, then we still don't have their e-mails archived and filtered.

Is there anyway to force these clients to send to our mail filter MTA SMTP server and not to the local Kerio SMTP?

This is Windows, if that matters.
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