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Scruge

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Ive Installed Kerio Mail Server On ym Server


Now couple of questions
Ive Got Multiple Domains
and ive set them up respectively
domain.com
domain2.com for instance
or am i supposed ot set them up
mail.domain.com
mail.domain2.com ?

secondly
as a client
how am i supposed ot login to check emails and so forth on a multi domain keep getting authentification screen
for instance ive done htis
domain.com has user test pass test
if i goto my OE and go to check mail
ive put in pop3 as domain.com
smtp as domain.com and user test and pass test
comes up with authentification

Any help on this is muchly apprechiated
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freakinvibe

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You should use the name you on the right of the <at> sign in your e-mail addresses. So it should be

domain.com
domain1.com

The POP3 user name must be the full e-mail address, e.g.

test<at>domain.com

The only exception is the default domain where the username is enough.

Regards,

Pascal

Dexion AG - The Blackberry Specialists in Switzerland
https://dexionag.ch
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