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igardais

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Hi,

I'm running a demo version and did not install the ActiveDirectory schema extension to test so my question may be dumb.

I plan to run two separate email domains, one for corporate users, one for freelances.
Corporate users and freelances accounts are managed in the same ActiveDirectory server.

Is it OK to declare the the same ActiveDirectory server for two different domains or will Kerio prohibit this (conflict ?)

Thanks,
IG
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Well, it is ok but you will see same users in both email domains (and need twice more licenses). If your AD is organized by Organizational Units, you may use http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configurati on/ldap-and-directory-services/how-to-map-users-from-a-speci fic-organizational-unit-ou-only-290.html
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igardais

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That leads to another question : when using ActiveDirectory, *all* users from the ActiveDirectory are counted or just those with an account declared in Kerio (whatever the domain) ?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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igardais wrote on Thu, 26 November 2015 19:52
That leads to another question : when using ActiveDirectory, *all* users from the ActiveDirectory are counted or just those with an account declared in Kerio (whatever the domain) ?


Only those who are activated for use in Kerio Connect: http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configurati on/accounts/creating-user-accounts-in-kerio-connect-1125.htm l#sect-map

Please visit our Knowledge Base. There is a lot of useful information there.
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