Just installed Kerio MailServer a couple of days ago and i am currently testing to see if it fits my needs. Although until now, i have not been able to figure out if it can do what i want it to do. What i want is this;
1) Mail saved on the server, and not the client (check)
2) Webmail and iPhone access (Check)
3) Calendar, task etc (Check)
4) Fully integrated with Outlook and MAPI (Check)
5) And here is my problem; i have several email accounts, currently hosted on my standard pop3 mailserver and a couple of Gmail apps accounts. I wish to move all these mail accounts to my Kerio mailserver and beeing able to access them all from within Outlook, without having to change accounts (open and close outlook etc.).
Example; I have a couple of work mails witch are not related: work<_a.t_>domain1.com, work<_a.t_>domain2.com. I also have a couple of private email account private<_a.t_>domain3.com, private<_a.t_>domain4.com etc. Instead of setting up alias for all these accounts, so they basicly just will be forwarded to my main account, i wish to have a folder for each account - and i wish to be able to reply to emails recived on either of the accounts, with the corrosponding email. So if i recieve an email on work<_a.t_>domain1.com i want to reply the message from the mail work<_a.t_>domain1.com, and if i recieve an email on private<_a.t_>domain4.com i want to reply to this message with the account private<_a.t_>domain4.com and so on.
I hope this makes sence
Looking forward to hearing some possible solutions.
One option to access different email addresses with Outlook is to use the utility ExtraOutlook and open multiple instances of Outlook, each one tied to its own profile. You can google the name and find the free utility.
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