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Is there an "all" domain group? Our old server by default had an "all" user group that everyone was a member of. Only people from the domain could email this group, by default everyone was a member, but there was an option at the user level not to receive these emails. Is there a similar option in Kerio? I don't want an all group that someone outside the domain could spam. I also don't want to have to manually maintain a mailing list. This is basic stuff that just seems to be missing. HELP!

[Updated on: Thu, 15 December 2011 05:05]


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If you have directory service (Active Directory, Open Directory), I think it's possible use build-in groups.

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We are/were looking for the same function,

done so far:
we created a domain group, with all our users, this is working as a e-mail for all.
Only this is indeed a e-mail also for outsiders and so spam danger.

I tried to set the option This group can send/receive email from own domain, but after that all our users could not send any mail to outside anymore, so not useable.
After this a made a spam rule, that when getting a email from outside to "allusers<_at_>" it will be denied. This sam rule doesn't apply for the domain users. This works only not when this email address is in a BCC.

So would like to a function (not the list), for group mail address only for use inside our domain, not functional for 'foreign' email addresses


[Updated on: Thu, 15 December 2011 15:34]

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