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tuke

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hi all,
where are the hostnames defined used in a "mail delivery subsystem" message?

i mean:
when someone sends a mail to a non existing user "nonexisting<_a.t_>user.com" the sender receives a message back from the mailserver handling user.com. in that message the sender will find a couple hostnames i.e.
while talking to mailserver.user.com ...
Remote-MTA: DNS; mailserver.user.com ...

can I define those hostnames somewhere or based on what information does the mailserver generate this message?

tnx.
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These are called "reports" and they are located under your KMS install folder.
For example, English-language reports are located in "\Kerio\MailServer\reports\en\".

The report in question is contained in this file:

"\Kerio\MailServer\reports\en\dsn-failure.rep"
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