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Noorman

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Hello, Ik have 2 mail-addresses: a private and a business mailaddress. The private mail domain is also used by my family, so i can share calendars, mailboxes, etc.
It is possible to deliver the business mail in a folder in my private mailbox. What i want is to be able to send mail on behalf of my business mailaddress. Or when i send the mail, that a copy will be placed in a special folder in my private mailbox and it should look like if the business-mailbox has send the mail.

I can only specify one SMTP-server. I have an iPhone, an iPAD and iMAC and sometimes an Windows PC as client and want to use the default mail program on these devices.

Please help me. I have tried several options, but all failed Mad

Thanks in advance.

Eric

Kerio-version 8.1.3 (1711), Mac OS X (10.8.4), x86_64
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Neil Whiteside (Kerio)

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Hi Eric,

You would need to set up some rules, etc, using Webmail, in order for the server to apply the rules regardless of the client platform or OS.

I can help you with those, but there are a couple of things I need to check first.

Do you hold both your domains (Business & Private) on the Kerio server?

If so, which is the primary domain?

If not, which is held where?

Best regards,

Neil.

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Noorman

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Hi Neil,
I have a domain at a provider. The mails are forwarded with bSMTP (and the right MX-records) to my mailserver. I defined the domain also on the Kerio Mailserver, for example ...<_at_>private.nl. This domain works fine, although I cannot send mails on behalf of my wife or son.

The Business domain is still at the provider. I have tried to configure this also on the kerio-server, but it gave too much errors. (without the bSMTP and MX-records (the bSMTP-service costs extra).

So now I configured that the mail is downloaded from the server at the provider and to be delivered at my private mailbox and with a filter moved to a business-folder in my private mailbox. This works fine, but i cannot send mails with my business mailaccount as sender to my customers and business relations.

Thanks in advance, Neil.

Kind regards,
Eric


Thanks in advance.
Have a nice day,
Eric
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Neil Whiteside (Kerio)

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Hi Eric,

It is possible to have both your private and business domains on the server.

This KnowledgeBase article explains how:

http://kb.kerio.com/1120

You could then use a scheduled POP collection rule to collect the business email from the remote server, and deliver it to your private domain's mailbox.

In any case (Even if you didn't set up the domain as above) you could still create a second account on your client device as described here:

http://kb.kerio.com/951

That should then allow you to send using your business address. You might want to bcc yourself to receive a copy of sent email into your private account, where you could create a rule to move it to a "Business Sent Emails" folder.

I hope that makes sense!

Best regards,

Neil.

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Noorman

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Thanks Neil,
I am going to try your suggestion.

Thanks in advance.
Have a nice day,
Eric
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