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We're making a massive migration from EIMS to Kerio and re-looking at what is essentially a 15 year old organization/architecture of email accounts. This includes not only a migration from POP to IMAP or Exchange, but cleaning things up in a significant way.

One thing that's clear is that if you are using a mobile device (in my case an iPhone), as well as using the real features of Exchange services, it's really best to focus things through one or two accounts (e.g., a personal and work account). Otherwise, there are too many things to check and look at, and the granularity of accounts really gets in the way (in particular on the mobile devices).

I have a variety of accounts that I want to be able to be able to send and receive email from. I could use aliases, but as you can see in the post that I did at: rt=0&S=c8f52ce9d9840315e0d9740487076aee

I can't do reply-to's in an effective way.

Is there a better way to unify accounts so that I don't have so many to check from my mobile devices? (I focus on mobile because desktop clients can handle the multiple accounts a lot more easily.)


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