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vksumanlal

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He every one
I came to know about Kerio and i want to deploy this e mail server for my company.
Current situation

Active directory Domain is abc.com
web domain name is abc.com

i have an e mail server running only for internal communication called intramail.com
users who has abc.com e mail IDs will have 2 e mail address configured in the outlook.
from intramail, i cannot send emails to abc.com and visversa.
i had troubles when i install intramail.com and was conflicting with Active Directory and i desided to install it locally.

my goals

1. install kerio connect as abc.com in my abc.com AD Domain.
2. install a backup email server to support the main one
3. share contacts, folders, calendar info to others.
4. integrate all the mobile device communication with the server
5. All the mails will be having a common signature and our company's e mail policy attached
6 All the e mails will have proper and structured backup
7 Achieving old e mails in to achieve folders

pls help
thanks in advance

regards
suman
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vksumanlal wrote on Wed, 24 August 2011 16:35

pls help

With what? Your goals can be achieved with a normal KC/AD integrated setup, and you aren't mentioning why you think your scenario poses a problem. A mail domain and an AD domain with the same name is not a problem.
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