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Hi Forum,

recently i set up Kerio 8.4 in a virtual environment with a active directory service.

local domain: "mydomain.local"
reachable from outside: "mydomain.de"

Kerio is bind to the active directory.

my problem is, if a active directory user send a email, the domain is the local domain "j.doe<_at_>mydomain.local.

How can i set up kerio to change this to "j.doe<_at_>mydomain.de" as sending domain.
I testing around with the doamin alias but nothing realy works.

Can anybody push me in the right direction. or give some hints?

Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Correct configuration is:

- Create email domain mydomain.de
- Configure it for integration with Active Directory on "Directory Service" tab, enable option "Different from this domain name" and set it to "mydomain.local".
http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configurati on/ldap-and-directory-services/connecting-kerio-connect-to-d irectory-service-1130.html

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thx for the quick reply. works fine
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