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breejesh

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Hello All,

I have installed windows 2003 server and installed kerio mail server in it and created two domain name as abc.com(192.168.1.2) and xyz.com (192.168.2.2).

Now I want when I send mail from 123<_a.t_>abc.com than it should take the ip 192.168.1.2 and if I send a mail from 321<_a.t_>xyz.com than it should take the ip 192.168.2.2.
This feature is called outbound smtp ip binding.

So is it possible with Kerio Mail server?

Can anyone help me out as I am searching this from last 2 weeks and should be shortout.

Thanking in adavnce

Brijesh Patel
System/Network Administrator
Office Beacon Networks

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cyril@cksolution.ch

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Hi,

This is a limitation of Kerio. It takes only the lowes IP on a Ethernetinterface. If you make multihoming on a Ethernetcard, then you have to look, that MX is the deepest IP.

Please make a feature Request at Kerio Support.

I've tell them since years, that this is very important.... but we are the only who want that!

Best regards
Cyril Kreyenb├╝hl
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breejesh

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Hello Cyril,

Thanks For Reply.
I have already tried your suggetion, but its not working.
Do you know any mail server who have this feature?

Thanks & Regards,

Brijesh Patel
System/Network Administrator
Office Beacon Networks

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cyril@cksolution.ch

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I am meaning, that every UNIX opensource can that! I think Communicate can that.

Did you open a Ticket for this case?
What was the answer?
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