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ccxport

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Hi,

Let's say I'm hosting domain1 & domain2 mail servers on same Kerio.
Is it possible to send mails from user@domain2 when I configured user@domain1 on the device only ?

Thx.
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ccxport

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BudDurland

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There is a way to configure OutLook to use multiple 'From' addresses. The outbound message will still end up in your outbox/sent items folder, but can be made to look like it came from someone else. I don't remember the exact steps, but it was easy to find on Google.

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fishtech

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What is your mail client?

On Mac OSX Mail you can choose different sending addresses from a pulldown on each message. In your Mail prefs insert the 'from' addresses you want to choose from separated by a comma, for example:

personA@company1.com, personA@company2.com, personB<_at_>company3.com

hth,

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