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jvgrago

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I have a domain with about 10 users that send and receive email. The issue I am having is how can I get Kerio to recogize and use those existing accounts? Do I have to manually enter them into the Admin Console?

Second issue. We use php for our website and use the internal mail() function to send email from the site/script. The problem is when I goto test this, its telling me apache<_a.t_>localhost is not found (Unknown User). I cant create an apache user because then it will be apache<_a.t_>domain.com.

How do I solve this?

Thanks
Jim
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mdhmi

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What mail software are you using currently? For some packages there are migration tools to assist with creating the accounts within Kerio. Worst comes to worst you can do it manually, and for ten users that shouldn't be a big undertaking. I have nearly all of my sites authenticating via MS Active Directory, so this part is a piece of cake.

The easiest and least sophisticated way of working around the non resolvable sender issue would be to deselect the "Block if sender's mail domain was not found in DNS' checkbox in the SMTP server configuration section of the Admin Console.

Mark
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jvgrago

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Hi Mark, I am using sendmail on a Fedora Core 7 server. I will look around for a migration tool to see if I can get this to work.

Thanks for your help.
Jim
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