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rickblackdog

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I've an external site hosting my mail services, and I'm running kerio connect on a mac xserve in our office.

The external web host has a number of alias (forwarders) & mailboxes. These are all sending/receiving from the same domain.

What I'm finding is that if the users send mail internally (from office) and the user/alias isn't set up on our KMS then we get a bounce back. I have the domain set to fwd users not found to an external domain.

How do I config KMS to fwd mail to mailboxes on the same domain of an external host?

Sorry if that's unclear.

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rickblackdog

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OK, found the answer to this, just thought I'd share in case anyone else comes up against this. Because mail is sending from the same domain that is hosted externally, you'll need to give kerio the IP address of your mail host (the one with your MX records). You do this in CONFIGURATION>DOMAIN>FORWARDING.

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