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Lucano

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Hello,

we'd like to setup Kerio Connect on the server, where company wants to migrate their current two email domains located in the cloud (some email hosting).

But, what is better - see description below.

Install Kerio Connect into the Hyper-V virtual on the Server windows 2012 or install it directly on the Server 2012? (Another services are running, b/c it is also a DC).

This Server has already one public IP adress, but we need to migrate two domains, so how we can set it on the one server? (Kerio afaik support two or even more domains).

e.g. <_at_>XYZ.cz - one public IP address (DNS will be applicated)
e.g. <_at_>YZX.cz - another one public IP address (DNS will bew applicated)

I just cannot imagine right now how to make it. Should we add one more ethernet controller in to the server or set the another public IP in different way?

Thank you for replies... would help a lot.

Kingsly regards,

Lukas
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Bud Durland

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You can host multiple domains in one KC server, using a single IP address. KC will put the incoming mail into the appropriate domain. Just configure the domains with the mail host's DNS records pointing to the public IP address of your mail server. The message store for the domains is separate, but will have the same 'root' (i.e. d:\kerio\mail\domain1.com\ and d:\kerio\main\domain2.com\)

You'll likely have a *very* slight performance hit running KC virtualized, but that will definitely be offset by the advantages.
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My IT Indy

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The only issue I see is DNS settings for the mailserver URL. Kerio supports 1 SSL cert at a time so you need to figure out how to work around that.

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MarkK

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I believe what you need is a SAN SSL certificate that can handle multiple domain names.
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