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wyx2000

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freakinvibe

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This works for the newer versions of Kerio Connect. Which version are you using?

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freakinvibe

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Since version 7.2, you can bind an IP address to a domain.

Go to Domains > Edit

Click on the Advanced tab, "Bind this domain to specific IP address". Set the IP address and save it.

[Updated on: Tue, 10 June 2014 10:13]


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wyx2000

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freakinvibe wrote on Tue, 10 June 2014 10:12
Since version 7.2, you can bind an IP address to a domain.

Go to Domains > Edit

Click on the Advanced tab, "Bind this domain to specific IP address". Set the IP address and save it.


Thanks. But I feel the bind IP here is not for this purpose. And seems it is not right to do that for each domains, you could have a dozen domains there.
I think the main thing is how Kerio decides which IP to use, for example,

Network adapter 1 - 192.168.0.8
Network adapter 2 - 65.0.0.2
65.0.0.3

so two netcard and three IPs in total. How will Kerio decides which one to use to send email? I cannot believe Kerio picks one randomly.
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But I feel the bind IP here is not for this purpose.


It is for that purpose. Why do you feel it is not?

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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If you bind an IP address with a specific email domain, that IP address will be used also for emails sent from that domain. Otherwise, operating system will choose outgoing IP address based on a routing table. Usually first IP from interface with default route.
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thanks, I have two IPs on one card, .208 and .209. Emails went out from .208, and I bind domain A to .209, but still see emails from .208, I am using 8.0, is there a known issue for binding IP ?
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