Here the big thing i have in mind.
Our company have multiple domain and also multiple location.
Let's start easy....
Right now both domain are in Office1 i would like to keep domain.eu in Office1 and some users also from domain.com
major part of users of domain.com are in Office2 and also have a kerio setup there as a backup MX.
Big issue both domain use same public folder and i would like to keep it that way. Is there a was i can still have both domain sharing the same public domain but set the hosting of some user data (i am using KOFF) with their main office.
edit: I know i can foward if user ain't find in my first MX but how will public folder work in that case ?
Thank for your help!
[Updated on: Tue, 06 January 2009 00:13]
KMS1 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 150 users
KMS2 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 50 users
KMS3 6.7.2: Xserve 10.5.8 - 10 users/MX BackUp
KMS4 Beta: Xserve 10.5.8 - MX BackUp2
KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
As I understand it Public folders are specific to each instance of KMS. So if you change the users to connect to the backup version of KMS they wont have access to the public folders on the primary server. KOFF connects to one server only.
I would have thought that splitting your office like this would defeat the purpose of a backup mailserver.
However you could forward create an alias such as public_2<_a.t_>domain.com on the backup and forward any email as a recieved into the public<_a.t_>domain.com and thus dropped into the public folder would get dropped into a duplicate public folder at the backup server. This depends on how the public folders are viewed and what info is stored in them...obviously this doesnt work for public folder based on notes, tasks or calenders only those receiving email
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