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el3ashe2

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Hi
i'm trying to use kerio mail server 6.3.1 but i can't find pop3 connector
why
pop3 connector
i'm asked before some one for some thing it's about we will have another server it's only will be back up if the mail server down or in mitenance any other problem the back server will be up while fix trhe mail server
now i want to ask when the main server up how it should start receive the emails that's already recived by the backup mail server from the back server and starting delver it for all users
how this should work

afriend told me we need pop3 connector


so could some one inform me what shall i do use connector? or what i don't like ver 6.4 IDK why so if i need to use pop3 connector plz give me the link for ver 6.3.1 or some one upload it or send it by email

hamdcsoldo<_a.t_>hotmail.com

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campodoro74

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You don't need a POP3 connector, just let your backup server forward mail to your primary server, so the outgoing queue will empty itself. Or, even better, issue a ETRN command from your primary server to the backupserver as soon as it's up or scheduled.
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el3ashe2

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Are You Sure


also i want to tell you that's the back Mail server working with Microsoft Exchange mail server not Kerio


also i want to ask i have more than 1 Back Mail server??
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el3ashe2

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there is no one here to answer?
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campodoro74

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Yes, I'm sure. That's the way I have it running here.
Ok, let me explain. You configured your MX records like this, right?

mx.domain.com 10 <IP of your Kerio mail server>
mx2.domain.com 20 <IP of your Exchange mail server>

- Configure Exchange to accept and hold all mail for your domain.com.
So you dont have to configure any local users (unless you use AD with Kerio).
- Configure Kerio to issue a ETRN command to your Exchange server.
In my case, it does that every 15 minutes, even if both servers are up.

What happens: Kerio goes down, Exchange accepts mail for domain.com and holds it. Kerio comes up, issues an ETRN command to Exchange, Exchange transfers mail, Kerio checks for SPAM, AV and non-existing users. Done.

Voilą.

[Updated on: Tue, 10 July 2007 12:50]

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