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Asgard

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Hi all,

A client of mine a law firm have decided to use Kerio as an email server.

They currently have a domain and email addresses hosted on thr net by an ISP.

Here's what they would like to achieve, any pointers in the right direction would be appreciated;

All POP emails come into Kerio and redirected to whoever its addressed to.
A copy of any email coming in sent to the principal partners in the firm.
Any emails going out sent through Kerio and also copies sent to the principal partners.

They still want to use the internet ISP, but kinda use Kerio as a storehouse and a redirection tool as well.

Hope the above makes sense and any help/pointers would be greatly appreciated.

Asgard.

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freakinvibe

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You can use the POP3 function of KMS to grab the mails from the ISP.

You can use the Archive function to copy mail to a certain mailbox. But I would rather archive them to a separate mailbox. I am not sure if the pricipal partners really want their mailbox mixed up with all the mails from their staff.

For details on POP3 and Archiving, look at the KMS manual. If you have any specific problems, I can help you.

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Asgard

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Thanks freakinvibe,

I'll take another look at the manual and if I run into any trouble I let you know.

Once again, thanks

Asgard

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