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0ByteSolutions

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I use an outside mail "filter"... I have Kerio Connect set up with my "outside" domain and my "inside" domain as an "alias".

When a user sends mail to "me<_at_>mydomain.com" the outside filter receives it and, if it is not spam, forwards it to "me<_at_>mydomaind.net". This works beautifully for receiving my mail.

Even though I have Kerio domain of "mydomain.net" setup with a domain alias of "mydomain.com", it will not let me add my email address "me<_at_>mydomain.com". So, whenever I reply to a message, the receiver sees my address as mydomain.net, not mydomain.com.

Is there a way I'm missing to setup my users' accounts to send mail as the ALIAS domain???
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The way I understand it, if you have "MyDomain.COM" as an alias of "MyDomain.NET", you don't need to/can not add the address "John.Doe<_at_>MyDomain.COM" to a user's account, because it's automatically implied.

On the client side, you can usually change the FROM or REPLY-To address to something other than the default. It's under "settings" in the Kerio web mail system, and under Tools / options/ Kerio connect / Customize Sender in OutLook using the offline connector

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0ByteSolutions

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Ahh, yes... That was what I was looking for that I missed. In the webmail under settings. That did the trick.

I had been trying to find where to add it to the drop-down list in the admin interface, NOT the users' webmail. This will work sufficiently.

Thank you. Cool
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