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foobar

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hi @all,

sorry for stupid questions, i not understand the
multi-dom handling in kerio-connect and i not can found
docu Crying or Very Sad

i have the follow scenario

- i have a user tom
- i have 3 doms
- tom is in every domain

ok, i can create an account tom, tom becomes
tom<_at_>master-dom1.com


i can add new domains
dom2.com
dom3.com

tom should be accessible with
tom<_at_>dom2.com
tom<_at_>dom3.com

how do i do this ...
one login, many domains for one user ...



thx for help


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marcobat

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the easiest way to achieve what you need is to set dom2.com and dom3.com as aliases of dom1.com
Look under dom1.com setting and you'll find where to add the 2 domains.
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foobar

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thx for the fast answer ... works fine Wink
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TCMMac

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I have a similar issue, but a bit more complicated.

Dom1.com has x users ......
We are creating a Dom2.com soon

and want all users from Dom1.com to have accounts at Dom2.com - with one exepction ... and its this exception that is causing a nightmare.

Problem is the new Dom2.com is a merger with another company, and the merger is creating a totally new entity. One of the users from the new company is a manager, and want to keep his name as he email address. Let me detail.

Original Dom1.com has a joe@dom1.com - however a new Manager is coming on board and wants joe<_at_>dom2.com

Possible solution
1) create a joeA@dom1.com - then delete joe@dom1 and transfer all email to joeA<_at_>dom1.com

2) Put in an Alias in joeA@dom1.com for joe<_at_>dom1.com .... (We need him to be able to continue to use his existing dom1.com email address

4) create a dom1 -> Dom2 alias, so that all users wont have to be added as new user licenses.

3) create joe<_at_>dom2.com

Will this work? Or will the fact that joeA@dom1.com with as user alias of joe@dom1.com and a DOM alias of Dom1 = Dom2 prevent a new original user of Joe<_at_>dom2.com from receiving his emails.

It is too cost prohibitive to purchase 50+ new users for Dom2.com when all but 1 are going be be duplicated.

Please advise on the best way to accomplish what I have detailed, or if its even possible.

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