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cosmarchy

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Bit of a longshot but is it possible to configure Kerio Connect such that it collects mail from multiple sources (gmail, Hotmail, yahoo etc) and put them into one mailbox.
When I reply to one of these messages, can it send through the originating accounts SMTP service automatically? For example, if my mailbox is full of mail from gmail, Hotmail or yahoo and I reply to a message from gmail, can I configure so that the reply is sent through gmail smtp or yahoo smtp if it is a yahoo message.
As I said it's a tall ask but it's worth a shot Razz
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Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi cosmarchy

You'd probably want to use a mail client to do this, and then split them into seperate folders to reduce confusion. If you used Outlook PC, you could have mail collect by the Kerio connector, then have IMAP accounts configured for the others. You could then send out as those accounts when configured correctly.

http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/email-clients/keri o-outlook-connector/setting-up-a-second-email-account-in-out look-with-koff-951.html

The above KB details setting up secondary accounts in Outlook PC.

In theory you could use the POP3 Delivery system directly on the server to collect mail via POP and have it delivered to your mailbox, but you'd have to have mail filters to sort mail as it came in. It would be far simpler to do this on a mail client.

I hope this helps!

Mark Price
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cosmarchy

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Thanks very much for your reply Mark.

Very much appreciated Smile
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