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Hello all,
I had posted a topic regarding how to keep one copy at the Main Email domain server while Kerio Mailserver downloads the emails to local server. Problem is that my local account users want to access their emails on the web browser too using their emails like i.e jhon<_a.t_> now when they login to their accounts they find no emails there because Kerio MailServer Pop3 function downloads the email and then deletes all the emails from the email server. I want to keep one copy in my Main Email Domain Inbox so when my users are travelling international they d b able to access their emails from the web browser please help and suggest best possible solution.
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You can't, KMS does not have that capability.

Can't the user connect to KMS's Webmail (where all the mail is)?
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