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cawrseski

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I am new to Kerio and am trying to set up a test where I can send emails from my Kerio to a client to test connectivity and availability. The client resides on a virtual server. I am told of an "and on" for Kerio that provides this functionality but cannot locate it. Does anyone have any further information on this? Thanks in advance!
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I am not sure what you really want to do. Can you explanin in detail, what you mean?

What is your virtual client running, Outlook, POP3 or IMAP?

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cawrseski

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I am running Kerio server on my network and want to send a stream of emails to a client (Outlook)on the Windows-based virual machine. I use this to test failure scenarios (hardware, network, etc).This "test" was set up by a co-worker who has since moved on. All the information I could get was there was some type of "add-on" for the Kerio Server (maybe a configurable option?)that provided this functionality. I can simulate network traffic well enough, but real client server traffic is a bit more difficult and I didn't want the hassel of setting up an Exchange Server for this. Thanks.
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I'm not aware of any "add on" for Kerio to automate the sending of e-mail. But there are a ton of such programs available on the web if you Google for them.

My method for testing reception of e-mail is to setup an account using a dynamic dns service (basically a throw away e-mail address that I can easily remove the domain and address.) Then send that test e-mail address to a good list of spammers. Within a day or two I've got more e-mail that I need for any testing I can think of. The whole scenario strikes me as both kind of funny, and a bit sickening. :)

[Updated on: Mon, 12 March 2007 14:11]

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cawrseski

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I agree about that process! I had seen numerous spam mailers a la Google. Thanks for the reply!
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