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I have a single Active Directory Domain.

However, we have two companies hosted under this domain. Users from company A have as their email and users from company B have user<_at_> as their email. The users from each company are under separate OUs in Active Directory and have different UPNs.

I have set up the 2 email domains in Kerio and it works fine. However, when I add a new Active Directory user to domain A in Kerio, the same user also appears in domain B. Is there a way to stop this from happening? If I remove the user from domain B, they are removed from domain A.

I mapped both domains to Active Directory, but I would like only users with a UPN suffix of to appear under my Kerio domain and not have users with a <_at_> suffix in the email domain.

[Updated on: Wed, 19 June 2013 11:53]

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