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Gerard Scanterbury

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Good day all,

I am currently using an email provider to handle mail for my company, recently we decided to have an internal email server that sends mail within the company. We tested and implemented an email server and it is working fine.

We then wanted a way to link the external account with the internal account. eg user@internal.com with user@external.com. so all email sent to user<_at_>external would be pulled down to the internal mail account. This can be done with Remote POP3 accounts.

My problem now is that i want a user from the internal account user@internal.com to send an email to an external account but the person seeing the email would see that the email came from user@external although it came from user<_at_>interal. I guess is somethign like Remote SMTP.

I got this to work on AAmailserver but i would to change to kerio connect because of the functionalities that it has to offer.

Any assistances is greatly appricated
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grahamgilbert

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You could just change the reply to address in your mail client / webmail.
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Gerard Scanterbury

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My internal mail system does not have an mx record set up. It sends via our ISP and most Spam filters are blocking my mail. This is why i am looking to forward external mail to another account that is able to send external mail.

Thank you
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