I need to create a local domain server kerio called "google.com" to use kerio with my gmail account.
The problem is that I can not send email to other gmail addresses that are not located on my local server kerio.
I tried to configure the "forwarding" in domain settings (set to smtp.gmail.com), but when I try to send an e-mail, I will return an error because the gmail server requires authentication, but in the forwarding windows of kerio, i can't find the authentication data.
Someone can help me?
Thanks and sorry for my bad english.
[Updated on: Mon, 15 October 2012 13:34]
- Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)
You cannot do authentication with the forwarding feature in a domain. Did you set up google.com as a separate domain?
Google's SMTP server should not require a user name and password if the mail being forwarded is for *.goggle.com. It is odd that they are requiring authentication.
If you added google.com as domain alias then I recommend adding it as a non-primary domain instead of a domain alias.
If you did add goggle.com as a non-primary domain then unfortunately you won't be able to use it that way; there is not a way to trick Kerio Connect into supplying a user name and password when using the forward option.
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