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Hello everyone,

I use KMS 6.5.0, and the following setting:

jon.doe<_a.t_> is the primary Domain.

Once I use Outlook 2003 to connect to both
e-mail inboxes using IMAP, everything works fine.
Once I use Outlook 2007, connecting jon.doe<_a.t_>
gives me the inbox of jon.doe<_a.t_>

On the mailserver, I see that jon.doe<_a.t_> is
connected to the server, even though I specified
jon.doe<_a.t_> in Outlook 2007 as a use.

Is anyone else experiencing the same problem?
Is this a problem with Outlook 2007?



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We had this issue with one of our clients as well for multiple domain support.

Is your mailserver sitting on an ActiveDirectory capable server and is KMS configured to tie the user to the ActiveDirectory? If so, the possibility is Outlook is trying to authenticate using NTLM.

What we did to resolve this issue is to disable NTLM as an authentication method under Advanced Options -> Security Policy in the KMS Administration Console.

Hope that helps.

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