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robertflavia

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Hello Kerio,

we use systems like jenkins, jira that periodically send out E-Mails (e.g. jenkins sends an E-Mail to the developers when the build fails).

People receiving E-Mails from these systems need not reply to the E-Mails.

I would like to avoid using a licence.

How should I configure Kerio-Server to allow these systems to use the Kerio SMTP server?
How do I ensure that only our systems use the Kerio SMTP server and not anyone outside our company?

Kind regards

Robert
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freakinvibe

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I would put the IP addresses of those servers on the "Trusted Servers" list.

I have a similar situation where Wordpress informs me via Email when someone posts a comment.

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robertflavia

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Thanks for the reply ... but where is this "Trusted Servers" list ? Smile

[Updated on: Fri, 18 July 2014 17:10]

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freakinvibe

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You have to create one:

In the Admin console, go to

Settings > Definitions > IP Adress Groups

Create a group called "Trusted Servers" (or whatever you like to call it) and add the IP addresses.

Then add that group to

SMTP Server > Relay Control

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robertflavia

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Ah cool! Thank you. Looks like it's setup already.
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