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samvenning

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All our account IDs follow a format of "first two letters of firstname and first three letters of surname". Most accounts are stored this way in our Open Directory database (which Kerio accesses). For example, Sam Venning has the account ID "saven". Sam is able to receive email at saven<_a.t_>company.com

Everyone in our company has an alias with the following format: firstname.surname<_a.t_>company.com For example, my reply-to address is sam.venning<_a.t_>company.com

The reason for the firstname.surname<_a.t_>company.com is mostly historic. On our previous mail server was set up to provide staff with an email in this format/convention. This email format is not unusual. It also makes the email address more "human friendly".

The Kerio MailServer setting "Members can post a message: Allowed" does not recognise aliases. Email sent with the reply-to field sam.venning<_a.t_>company.com are not allowed to post to the list even though "Members can post a message: Allowed" is set. This is frustrating. Can this behaviour be changed? Can Kerio MailServer 6.7.2 be configured to allow "Members can post a message: Allowed (including aliases)"?
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