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Hi, I have been trialing kms and whilst it seems like a good product I have a couple of questions: -

1. When I install it on my server (Debian using alien as suggested elsewhere on this forum) I have no "mail" command. This command is provided by "exim" or A.N.Other mail system installed, which obviously need to be removed before installing Kerio. How do I have a system such that I can run "command | mail user<_a.t_>domain" on the shell command line to be routed via Kerio? I know there's a "sendmail" binary but that's a less friendly interface than "mail".

2. The mailing list features. I have in the past used mailman for mailing list. Kerio seems more basic but suitably functional. However in mailman you can setup some email accounts that are allowed to send but not receive emails - for example for a member who has work/home/other mail addresses to send from but only wants to receive to one address. Is there a way (or a planned way) to allow this to happen? At the moment the only way I can see is to allow "any" address to post, but this is clearly insecure.

Thanks


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Do I take it neither of these are possible then?
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