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Hi there,

I'm evaluating your mail product and have a question.

I want to setup Kerio Mail for multiple domain names. So www.domain1.com and www.domain2.net

I want to prefex it with mail. so that users all have their own webmail entry.

How do I setup Kerio Mail and webmail so john<_a.t_>domain1.com can go to http://mail.domain1.com/ and vanessa<_a.t_>domain2.net can go to http://mail.domain2.net/ ???

Thanks in advance,
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If you configured the mailserver,
reroute mail.domain1 and mail.domain2 to the same mailserver (mail.domain3 ?)
the users just login in with the full email so john<_a.t_>domain1.com .

Teun

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The only reply I can give here is, the feature to have for the next version is working with host-headers in Kerio Mail! Right? Smile

It's much easier for users to login with [username] and [password] and have Kerio Mail look up the right user based on host-header and domain in Kerio Mail.

But thanks for the answer.
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I've never used it, but you can bind a domain to an IP address (the advanced tab of the domain setup window). You should be able to point mail.domain1.com and mail.domain2.com to two different IP addresses on the same server, then bind each domain to it's own address. When the user logs in, they shouldn't need to enter their full e-mail to get access. That assumes you have multiple IP addresses to work with.

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compile wrote on Mon, 21 July 2008 14:05



It's much easier for users to login with [username] and [password] and have Kerio Mail look up the right user based on host-header and domain in Kerio Mail.



Which obviously cannot work in other protocols like SMTP, IMAP, POP3 etc.

Just point both DNS names to the server and let the users to login with full username<_a.t_>domain.

Alternatively, email domain can be bound to the specific IP address as described above. But it requires more IP addresses on the server.
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sedell wrote on Mon, 21 July 2008 09:01

I've never used it, but you can bind a domain to an IP address (the advanced tab of the domain setup window).


YES that does work, just bind the IP address to the non-primary domain and you will be able to login w/o the complete email login.

NOTE: although the bind IP works for WebMail, it does NOT work with KOFF, you will still need the complete email address, but that is a one time deal Wink
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