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Hello,

Autodiscover setup is working like a charm for my primary domain. I have Mac OS Mail clients 10.9 & 10.10 auto discovering just fine. iOS devices are the same.

The issue comes when I have a user attached to any other (kerio-mail) domain. The username has to be in the shape of user<_at_>domain.tld. I get authentication failure on the client side and I can confirm the same on the server side. The autodicovering client sends the user part for authentication and not the entire email and Kerio needs. So the server thinks it's trying to authenticate to the primary domain.

I tried <DomainRequired>on</DomainRequired> and other things without any luck.

.....I'm open to any ideas.

Cheers,
Frank
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Pavel Špalek (Kerio)

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I can confirm this scenario doesn't work properly. The possible workaround is to bind each domain to different IP address. This way the domain is correctly assigned to the user name and authentication passes successfully.

Pavel Špalek
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Hello Pavel,

If I understand this, you bind a domain in Kerio to a dedicated IP so that Kerio will accept authentication with username only for such domain?

If I have 10 domains that I want auto discover to work, I need 10 IP?

Thanks,
Frank
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Pavel Špalek (Kerio)

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I agree that with 10 domains it's really not very convenient. The problem is that client should send domain in user name. If it doesn't, the primary domain is presumed. With dedicated IP address the correct domain can be assigned...

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