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Hallo, i have a problem with Kerio Connect. I have an external mail server <mail.domain.com> and i set my Kerio Connect as <domain.com>. Kerio receive mail from external mail server and send outgoing mail by SMTP. Until here is all ok and i can receive and send email to external address. Otherwise if one user send email to another user in the same domain of Kerio, Kerio sends email with localhost, but i need that Kerio sends email by external SMTP so when the user connect with his email anywhere without Kerio he can read the mail. How can i set my Kerio for this??
Thanks and regards.

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I'm really not sure, but I think you've misunderstood something basic.

My wife (who is in the same domain as I) sends me an email. As she is local to the server (on the same LAN) and uses Webmail, the delivery doesn't have to leave the server to get to my INBOX.

That doesn't mean that I can't access my inbox from the outside world.

If you mean something else, please explain with as much detail as possible.

Tony Lawrence
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