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gornati

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Hello all!

We have office a with kerio connect running fine, with domain-a.com.

Office b with kerio connect, with domain-b.com running fine.

We also have a VPN TUNNEL connecting both offices.

Is it possible to make all mail sent from office b to domain-a.com go thru the tunnel and not over the open internet? and vice-versa?

Office A runs windows 2k3.

Office B runs windows 2k8.

Both on latest kerio version.

What is the best way to do it?

Thanks
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My IT Indy

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You could put DNS records in each location that would point at each server.

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gornati

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What if i configure the domain on both servers, with no users on one of them, and tell KERIO to forward message if user not found?
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clan

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Wouldn't it be easier to set a route to send all traffic between the offices through the VPN?
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gornati wrote on Mon, 12 May 2014 18:34
What if i configure the domain on both servers, with no users on one of them, and tell KERIO to forward message if user not found?



This is not going to help much. Your 2 servers are already passing emails between each other, what you need is for the 2 servers to recognize each other as devices on the same channel.

HoosierMac's recommendation is the easiest. You don't even need to setup separate DNS records if you don't want to. Simply modifying the hosts file would be sufficient.

Another way you can do this is through firewall routing, like 1-to-1 NAT.
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