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sohaibwcws

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Hello,

I have a domain name which I wanted to disable it instead of deleting it, how I can do that, so the user wont receive any emails from inside or outside the organization.

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TorW

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In the admin console: mark all the users in the domain, click edit, disable the accounts, click OK then apply. Does the same thing.

Alternatively, remove the MX record for the domain and be sure the A-record points to a server without any SMTP service.
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sohaibwcws

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but let say if any other domain with in kerio mail server tries to email that same user which I disable on a different domain will get a message saying mailbox does not exist even thou I have change the MX record and point to different server...
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TorW

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KMS does not look up MX records for local domains, so use the first method instead (i.e. disable all the users in the domain).

It would probably be easier to take a backup of the domain's folder structure and delete it from the admin console though. Once you enter a domain in the admin console, you're basically saying "yes, we are accepting mail for this domain".
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