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I would love to see Kerio put some thought/code into supporting host NAMES instead of only ip addresses in the "ip address groups" portion of the software. this would allow those of us at home with ip addresses that change while we are online to access our administration console by simply using a service like dyndns etc etc. i don't personally like having to VPN into my network to simply access the administration console by getting a static IP from the trusted range that the mailserver sits on. i should be able to do this remotely without having to VPN into the network.

for example, if i have an account with dyndns and my hostname with them is always: myhost.blogdns.net , then i should be able to add that hostname somewhere within the Kerio options and have it trust the ip for which that hostname corresponds to, thus eliminating the need to VPN etc etc.

Thanks, and hopefully others understand where this would be beneficial.
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