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I am not sure if that is a common thing people do, rather than login to admin console, you need set email account programatically. I know Kerio doesn't have an API, but I am wonderring if there is a standard protocal that you can use to connect an email server to do those?

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Your question has been asked on this forum many times earlier, and AFAIK nobody has any idea to to such a thing.

The only option is to (programatically): stop KMS, edit the text mailserver.cfg file, possibly create some folders in the store and start KMS again. But that approach is so much fraught with problems, that is is very very VERY not recommended.

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Try have a look at my thread: 740bf2c69d4cd13cfa3f3a1db086fba

There is a API called kconfig, not that many oppourtunities (yet?) but you are able to program some basic functions. Write a message to the support and they will be able to send it to you.


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