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I need to set up a split domain scenario where some of the users are on Kerio while others are still on the old server until completely moved. In that scenario I want Kerio to receive mails form the internet, so I need to keep local mail local and forward mail for not yet existing accounts to the 2nd server.

Of course I could just enable the option to route mail to unknown receipient to another server in the domain settings. Unfortunately it's a domain with an extremely high volume of spam so this would make Kerio to accept everything to that domain and forward it, not just known users. Including the generated NDRs in that scenario from the other system this would lead an inacceptable increase of mail volume to be handled.

On my old system I was able to route mail to
user%domain.dom<_a.t_>server.dom what I could use to forward just some addresses of a domain to another server. I tried to set up an alias with user<_a.t_>domain.dom pointing to user%domain.dom<_a.t_>server.dom but the admin interface doesn't even let me to type in that type of address.

Is there any (other) way to solve my issue with Kerio?


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