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mbad1

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Had a look at a few ways to do this.

Essentially I have a Domain which is default with a fair few users and lots of data - This domain has an alias so Default is company.com alias is company.org for example.

I want to make my primary name and domain company.org and put the main domain company.com as my alias.

Whats the easiest way - Mailserver is currently 6.7.3 but can upgrade to connect if thats any better or has more options.

I possibly am upgrading the server to a new machine in the next month so could wait until then if easier.

OR can it be changed easily in mailserver.cfg

Thanks
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giobbi

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shutdown, edit mailserver.cfg, startup - done.
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mbad1

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Yes Thanks - Thats what I was thinking and about to do it in next day or two.

Tonight though upgraded another client to kerio Connect and under config there is a domain option and once opened to edit there's a nice little button - Rename Smile

Good timing.
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