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m.ludwig

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Hi together ....

i've got the following problem:

Is there a way to deliver an email send to alias-adress one<_at_>... to several public folders?

I've tried to do this with a group-mail one@... send to two@... and three<_at_>...

Now i thought i could deliver them over aliases to the public folders (two@... to folder a, three<_at_>... to folder b). No Way. Kerio said that the emailadresses are in use by group.

Is there any chance to do it anyway?

(hope you understand my writings. english is not my first language)
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puretech

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You could do this: Create a group with email one@blabla and give it several email addresses. for example: public_folder1@bla public_folder2<_at_>bla etc and then create alias for Public_folder1 to go to the folder you want and publick_folder2 alias to go to a different public folder. That way you are using only group email to send one email to several public folders.

Now the above might not be the best way. I have checked and you can use 2 or more same aliases for different public folders. Kerio gives you warning of conflict but it does deliver to all.
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m.ludwig

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that sounds good. will try it tomorrow.

i've stopped everytime at the warning..... Crying or Very Sad next time i will move on.

thanks in advance.
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