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rodolpho

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Hello, people!!

Well, I have KMS running very good with one static IP address.
So far, so good!

Now, I have 2 static IPs and I would like to use all of my
addresses with one connection and just two email accounts
with the other connection using the same KMS at the same
server...

Is it possible?!
Is there a solution without taking another KMS and another
server?!

Thanks in advance!!
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altivec

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If it's the same internet connection it's totally useless.

If let's say you would have two connection from two different ISP it could be interesting as a failover but that all.

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
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rodolpho

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So, there's no way!? Crying or Very Sad
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altivec

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Just for fun why do you want to do such thing ?

[Updated on: Thu, 10 September 2009 16:24]


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
iPhone/WindowsMobile/Blackberry/Nokia

KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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rodolpho

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Ow, sorry !!!
Yes, the two IPs are from the same ISP...
Is there any difference?!
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altivec

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Sorry i made a modification.

I missread your message the first time.

Are the "two account" are from different domain or the same domain ?
Why would you want to split it to different IP ?

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
iPhone/WindowsMobile/Blackberry/Nokia

KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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rodolpho

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The two accounts are from the same domain.
I want to split because I have a client who send a lot of emails (spams) with his own IP. But now he's worried because this IP is blacklisted in many sites. He knows that and he doesn't care, but he wants to have only one or two mailboxes with a different IP to send some personal emails... Understand?!
I know, he's crazy... Razz

[Updated on: Thu, 10 September 2009 16:43]

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altivec

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Am afraid it won't be possible.

As for blacklist not only the IP get blocked but more and more the domain get block.

The only only way you could separate those two email account is by having a second Kerio Server which will require two basic licenses.

Those two license can be either run on two machine (each one have a IP)
Or in one machine as VM (appliance).

Basically the second mail server would be setup as second MX.
The two account would connect to "mail2.domain.com" which would be your second Kerio Server.

Issue with that concept is that public folder would be individual (by server) since Kerio don't support clustering (please bring clustering for Public Folder.... i need it bad personally).

It's quite complicated for only 2 account within the same domain and it wouln'd fix a 100% the chance of getting blacklist but now the call is all up to you.

Personally if you endup going with two server get a other domain to be sure you don't get blacklist.
- Second domain
- Seperate IP
Those two factor will make sure your first system won't get blacklisted.

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
iPhone/WindowsMobile/Blackberry/Nokia

KWF Beta: HP DL380 on ESXi 4.0 - 60 users
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rodolpho

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Ok !!!

I'm gonna tell my client this options...

Thank you very much for your support !!!
Helped me a lot !!!
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