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jiunnyik

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Hi,

I'm new to Kerio Connect.

I have the two doubts.

1. Seem like there is only one SSL certificate can be activated. What should I do when I have more than one domain/sub domain to use with ssl ? For example pop.domain.com , smtp.domain.com , imap.domain.com ?

2. Is there anyway for users to set email forwarding themselves ?

Thanks.
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camisy

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1.I believe yes
2. users can set up rules in webmail client
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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jiunnyik wrote on Thu, 12 December 2013 03:54
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1. Seem like there is only one SSL certificate can be activated. What should I do when I have more than one domain/sub domain to use with ssl ? For example pop.domain.com , smtp.domain.com , imap.domain.com ?

Thanks.


There are two solutions:
1. Use one DNS hostname for all services (eg. mail.domain.com).
2. Generate or buy SSL certificate with multiple hostnames (subjectAltName extension).

[Updated on: Sat, 14 December 2013 12:35]

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jiunnyik

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Do you mean use Filters for the mail forwarding ?
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jiunnyik

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I will look more details for the info given.

Thanks.
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