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philipp_hauser

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Hi there,

i have two domains on my kerio server, one for company-internal communication (user<_at_>company.intern)
and one for communication with the rest of the world (user<_at_>company.de).

The internal mailboxes should be allowed to:
1. send mails to other internal mailboxes (company.intern)
2. send mails to mailboxes in the domain company.de
3. no mails allowed to the rest of the world

Is there a way to achieve these restrictions?
The Kerio connect administration interface has a button called "This user can send/receive messages to/from his/her own domain only". This is exactly what i need, except Number 2 of my list.

Can you please help me with this?
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Mandy

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I'm trying to do something similar, have been reading for a while and not luck yet. My thing is that I want some groups have access to write to any domain in the world, but other groups only write to certain defined domains like company.com and company2.com and no other. Did anyone find anything that could help me do that.
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