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WimHaanstra

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Hi, I am currently testing a trial for Kerio Email server.

I got one wish on my list, which I could not figure out in Kerio:

I got 2 domain names, for example:

domainA.com
domainB.com

Now I want to create a user which has an email address "test<_a.t_>domainA.com" and an email address "test<_a.t_>domainB.com".

The user was already created with an domainA.com email address and the 2nd domain was added later on. Now I want the email address from the domainB.com to be the primary domain to use when sending email.

I know it is possible to create domain aliases, but this is not what I need (I think) because the sender email address will still be domainA.com).

Any way to get this right? Moving the user from domainA to domainB will be a lot of work too, because all the mail and calendar stuff need to be exported and imported again.
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BudDurland

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How about making 'domainb' an alias domain of 'domaina', rather than it's own stand-alone domain? Alternately, you could set up the 'domainb' account to forward incoming mail to the 'domaina' address.

In the user's e-mail client, configure the "from" address to be the 'domainb' version.

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