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We've subscribed to Roaring Penguin's spam filtering service and they have set up the outbound filtering service on their servers.

However, I'm stuck with how to configure Kerio Connect. We are also using Kerio Control firewall.


We have provisioned outbound filtering for the domain domain.org
from IP address x.x.x.x.

o If your server can route mail to an MX record, configure it to route
outbound mail to:


o If your server can only route mail to actual hostnames, and it can
handle more than one host, have it route in this order:

outbound1.canit.ca (preferred)
outbound2.canit.ca (less preferred)

o If your mail server can only handle one smarthost, then use:


o If you wish to publish an SPF record for the outbound domain, it should

"v=spf1 include:spf.outbound.canit.ca"


The Roaring Penguin team.

On the firewall do I need to modify the outbound mail rule with Destination NAT? Or make some other change?

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You need to configure Connect to use Roaring Penguin's server as relay for outgoing mail. The setting is on the SMTP server options / SMTP delivery page.
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