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McIrish

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Hi,
I'm new here. I've been looking for an exchange alternative and kerio might be it. I've installed the 30 day demo and I'm trying to get it working alongside our exchange server. Both are in the same domain. I have MX records for both in our local DNS server and with our domain host. I've now run into some problems and I'm hoping someone could point me in the right direction.

I need both Exchange and Kerio to coexist in our domain so the people higher up from me can put it through some day to day real world tests.

1) I set Kerio to forward mail for non-existent users to our exchange server, so mail to exchange from Kerio works. It doesn't work the other way around. Exchange sends a NDR that the user wasn't found. Is there some way around that? It was easy in Kerio to set that forwarding up.

2) I'm unable to send email out of our building via Kerio. It bounces back with "Connections not accepted from servers without a valid sender domain.flpd115 Fix reverse DNS for xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Have any of you got them both running side by side? If so, how did you do it?

Exchange = mail.mydomain.com
Kerio = email.mydomain.com

Thanks for the help.
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McIrish

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I actually got it working now. I just had to set Exchange to forward unresolved recipients in the SMTP virtual server.
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