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Thunderbyte

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Hi!
I am currently evaluating Exchange alternatives and like Kerio Mailserver very much. However, I have ONE really important need:

I need to host SINGLE users on several domains on the Kerio Mailserver. These domain's MX records do not point to Kerio, but to another mail server.

Desired Distribution scheme:

user1<_at_>domain.com --> Kerio
user2<_at_>domain.com --> MX mailserver
user3<_at_>domain.com --> MX mailserver
...

person1<_at_>otherdomain.com --> Kerio
person2<_at_>otherdomain.com --> MX mailserver
person3<_at_>otherdomain.com --> MX mailserver
...
and so on.

I can configure IMAP post boxes on the MX mailserver and mail forwarders to other mail adresses.


With my existing Exchange mailbox, it is possible to do the following:

On MX Mailserver:
realname@domain.com -> mailadress<_at_>exchangeprovider.com

On Exchange Server:
Mailbox for mailadress<_at_>exchangeprovider.com
With reply adress: realname<_at_>domain.com

That way, the "secret mailadress" mailadress<_at_>exchangeprovider.com was shown nowhere and it was possible to have the MX records pointing to another mail server with other accounts on domain.com.

I would have such a "secret" domain for a similar setup with Kerio, I however have not yet figured out how to do it.

Do you have some hints for that?
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