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ChadV

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We were formerly using Earthlink for Web and E-Mail hosting. We're not quite ready to bring web and DNS in-house, so we are using their control center to add our Kerio system as a subdomain and then in the MX chain.

It says you can add TXT records for SPF, which I have done for mail.mydomain.net, but I see nothing in there about how to add TXT records for the whole domain. Anyone using Earthlink as a backup or migrated from Earthlink that could enlighten me on this? (Their web support is less than helpful as the only mention of SPF is in the dialog to add TXT records.)

Also, it's hard to find information on CallerID around, I keep getting either sites with no technical details or about the telephone CallerID. I presume it is a DNS TXT record as well?


Secondly, right now I have a Group with a mail address of orders<_a.t_> associated with users who need to see new orders, then one user has a rule setup to copy each message into the public folder.

I would like to have an auto-responder setup on that account so that every mail sent to orders<_a.t_> is responded to with a generic "Order Received" message. However, the only way I see to do this in Kerio is to either set up Orders as a user, then go and set up an auto-responder rule (which uses a user license) or to have one of the users setup a rule (which means the response will come back from that user instead of the orders<_a.t_> address, and would have to be re-made if that user is reassigned/leaves).

Does anyone have a better way to do this? It feels like a bit of a kludge.
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