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I need to using mail server kerio to send or receive email
my question
if i using kerio mail server i will need to Cisco firewall router
or not and how to get static or public ip
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It is not dependent on Cisco. At all.
You can get public IP address from your ISP.

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prince_cairo

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this meaning i need only
one computer for installing kerio mail server
one router as linksys for internet
are there are any thing remaining as devices
or that enough
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I think consultation with a company who has experience with emails would help there.
Use Google to get some knowledge about email delivery. Or you can get useful information also from our KB articles. Eg. http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configurati on/mail-delivery-and-dns-records/what-is-an-mx-record-and-ho w-is-it-created-1210.html

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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prince_cairo wrote on Wed, 25 November 2015 11:31
this meaning i need only
one computer for installing kerio mail server
one router as linksys for internet
are there are any thing remaining as devices
or that enough


I think you should consider cloud option for your emails: http://www.kerio.com/products/kerio-connect/cloud
It is very easy to setup and you don't have to care about whole infrastructure and configuration.

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prince_cairo

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Pleas can you tell me how to assign public ip in
kerio mail server
and i have linksys router for internet
are this enough for public ip or need another thing to firewall
please help me
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Bud Durland

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@prince_cairo: There's many bits of information you haven't provided:
  • What model Linksys router? It probably already has some firewall functionality, you may only have to configure port forwarding.
  • do you have a static or a dynamic IP address from your ISP?
  • do you have your own domain
  • who manages the public facing DNS


If you already have a domain name, and your ISP is hosting the mail for it, I would recommend configuring the Kerio server do do periodic POP3 downloads from the ISP's mail server to your Kerio server. Then create an agreement with your ISP and configure your Kerio server to use the ISP's SMTP server as a relay server.
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prince_cairo

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Thank you for reply
my router for internet linksys wag200 anntena A
and i have static ip from ISP and i can access from Cisco router
i don't know i must take another one or using this by Cisco firewall 800 series with kerio
please tell me what i select
i have domain altawi.com.sa
and have site www.altawi.com.sa
i can amange dns but tell me step by step i can do what you tell me
and what you mean about that
" I would recommend configuring the Kerio server do do periodic POP3 downloads from the ISP's mail server to your Kerio server. Then create an agreement with your ISP and configure your Kerio server to use the ISP's SMTP server as a relay server."
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Everything you need is here: http://kb.kerio.com/category/kerio-connect/

Please at least try to answer some of your own questions by familiarizing yourself with the documented requirements and implementation processes. Kerio has gone to great lengths to build a comprehensive knowledge base that should enable most IT Professionals to successfully implement our product(s). If you've exhausted the suggestions in the documentation and are getting unexpected results, then please do come back here to the forums to seek advice from our passionate and experienced community.

If you lack the skills required for successfully implementing Kerio Connect, Pavel's suggestion should be given serious consideration. A cloud hosting provider can cost-effectively get you up and running in a matter of minutes/hours and leave you with nothing more to do than point your browser to a URL and supply authentication credentials.

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prince_cairo

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Thank you for reply
Are my router is available to configure with static IP
what meaning periodic POP3 downloads from the ISP's mail server to your Kerio server
and in which place i can put public ip in kerio
this point only need for start my work in kerio
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I mean this in the kindest way, but from the questions you are asking, you need to seek help from a knowledgeable IT person. You could spend weeks asking questions here and getting answers, but a knowledgeable IT person could have Kerio up and running in less than 30 minutes.
Or consider the suggested Cloud option and be able to do it all yourself.

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what meaning periodic POP3 downloads from the ISP's mail server to your Kerio server

What this means is that your ISP's email server actually gathers the email, then your Kerio server has a schedule set that it goes to the ISP's email server and retrieves the emails from it and puts them on your Kerio server. This has its place, but this is probably not the most common mail server configuration for a company.

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and in which place i can put public ip in kerio

The public IP doesn't go in to Kerio server. The public IP is used by the DNS servers on the internet to convert the human readable email address domain portion of altawi.com.sa in to the public IP server address (example 1.2.3.4) which is then routed across the internet to your ISP, which then routes it to your specific internet connection that is assigned to you and setup in your router. This can be one IP address or a range of addresses.

You need the help of someone that knows what they are doing, so that you can get this setup and working in a matter of minutes. that is one of the big advantages of Kerio Connect, it is quick to install and get going.
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