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Vandetta

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Testing Kerio 6.6 and the Kerio offline Connector. The senario is that the company has multiple domains and wants to use the mapi protocol for groupware functions.

The problem is the Kerio offline connector only works with one account. Why is it not possible to use more than one domain on that account?

I've tried sharing the inboxes and outboxes with that account thats using the Kerio offline connector but I'm not able to send from those addresses that are shared with me.

I'd basically like to know how to set up multiple groupware accounts on different domains with separate inboxes without using filters in outlook.

I know I can add the other accounts through IMAP and send from them but there would be a huge performance hit if I'm not using the offline connector. Plus those accounts won't be able to use the groupware functions...
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Outlook supports only one MAPI account in a profile (which means Exchange or Kerio Outlook Connector). The only solution is to use additional email accounts as shared (mapped).
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Vandetta

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There's some convoluted way of doing it on Exchange where you would create a dummy account and say that it can accept mail from the actual address. That way you could get away with having multiple domains on one exchange box with separate mapi or exchange accounts.

"The only solution is to use additional email accounts as shared (mapped)."

Could you elaborate on this? Do you mean share the folder on another account with the one using KOFF? I still wouldn't be able to send from those addresses though right?

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