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btodd71

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Hello,

I'm new to Kerio, but we have got it set up with our new domain account: mpcc.info and everything on that end works fine. My question is we currently have our email hosted outside of our building by The Electric Mail Co. and our current domain email account is: mount.org. I need to configure Kerio to forward our <_a.t_>mount.org email to our new <_a.t_>mpcc.info accounts. I am not having good luck finding the info on how to do this in the Kerio Manual. Does anyone know how to do this (forwarding old email to new account?) ??? I'm sure it is fairly easy just need some guidance. Thanks, Bill
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My IT Indy

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Hey Bill, good morning!

check out page 163 in the Kerio MailServer manual pdf file. It talks about remote POP server email downloads.


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BudDurland

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Configure the POP retrieval parameters as advised earlier; this will minimize the amount of "lost" mail.

In Kerio, make mount.org an alias for the domain mpcc.info. Update DNS so that the MX record for mount.org is the same as mpcc.info -- the host name of your Kerio server.

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