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I am currently setting up a new mail server using Kerio mail 6.5. So far, I am able to send email from the new server to anywhere BUT mail accounts on the old mail server on the same domain.

Also, I am unable to receive emails on the new server.

Sort of new to this, Any suggestions?
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You can't receive email unless your mailserver has DNS MX records for a domain.

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mail accounts on the old mail server on the same domain

So you use the same domain name on the old server and on the new test server? In this case the behaviour you are seeing is normal.

The new test server (KMS) will not send anything to the old server because it hosts the domain itself, so it will try to deliver internally.

Also, all incoming mail to your domain will go to the old server unless you change the MX record to the new server.

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