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All of our users login codes on the domain are in a different format than that of their e-mail address.

For this example, my login code is domain1\DoeJohn aka

DoeJohn<.a.t.> (active directory account)

However my e-mail address is actually


So when I enable a Kerio user as mail enabled, it automatically setups up their e-mail address as DoeJohn<.a.t.>

But we don't own, someone else does. The domain name was setup long before we ever had Internet or E-mail.

We own His e-mail is JDoe<.a.t.>

How can we resolve this?

What we have done is aliased the entire domain to allow And we have setup the special reply to address as JDoe<.a.t.>

But Kerio doesn't look at the special e-mail reply to address everywhere.

For example, when I send e-mail from my phone using active sync, the FROM is DoeJohn<.a.t.> I don't understand that. Why domain2 in this one case? We do not have the combination of their domain user id with their e-mail domain name setup ANYWHERE in Kerio. Where is it grabbing that from? It's not valid.

If I hit reply, it does reply to my special reply to address, however if I add this contact to my contact list it adds the e-mail address as DoeJohn<.a.t.>, not JDoe<.a.t.> So the users emails are non delivered.

So how do I fix this?
Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Email domain defined in KMS does not need to be same as AD domain. Why don't you just define as an email domain in KMS that contains users mapped from AD

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This is how it is setup.

The domain is "" which has "Active directory is different from this mail domain name" selected. and is mapped to

But still shows up in Kerio via the AD plugins & on the webmail.

One thing that seems odd is that in the Active Directory extensions, it says <.a.t.> I just noticed if I go into Kerio itself, it has <.a.t.> for the user's domain. Odd.

And the user code being different than the e-mail address is a big issue too. Can I change the default? Can I remove the usercode<.a.t.> and just have e-mailaddress<.a.t.>

I guess the question really is this..?;

Can Kerio be setup so that it uses the special reply to address everywhere, and not the userPrincipalName?

[Updated on: Thu, 14 December 2006 23:08]

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