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EdRoxter

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Hey everyone,

we have a KC 8.2.2. installation on a Debian Squeeze machine. In the Admin Panel, a global relay host is set, via which all external mails are relayed.

Now I want to create an alias that forwards mails to another host in my LAN segment (i.e. myaddress@mydomain.com->someaddress<_at_>10.0.0.10). The relay host cannot see this internal host, of course.

Yet, KC tries to relay the mail via the public relay host and I get a bounce mail.

Is there any way to bypass the global relay host for local destination hosts? I couuuuuld configure direct relay in Kerio since it runs on a clean, public IP range, but this would be my last resort, so to say. Smile

Kind regards
Nico

[Updated on: Tue, 11 March 2014 18:19]

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EdRoxter

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Hey everyone,

I found (quite) a workaround for this.

* The domain name my Kerio Connect host is reachable under also has pointed a wildcard subdomain record on it (so it's practically mydomain.com and everything.mydomain.com)
* In KC Administration, Settings, Domains I created a domain myspecialrelay.mydomain.com
* I activated the setting that all mails to addresses not in the domain should be relayed "online" to another server, which I set to my internal host's IP address
* I configured the e-mail addresses in the destination host only

So for my special setup (use Kerio Connect on a Linux machine as the main e-mail server, but have a special relay for SharePoint incoming e-mails on a different host running Windows Server that has only HTTPS access enabled for the WAN) this works absolutely fine.

[Updated on: Mon, 17 March 2014 12:30]

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