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philstone

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Is it possible to put a domain forward on for emails to individual mailboxes, without creating individual aliases?

Ie, if email arrives for user1@domain.A it automatically forwards to user1<_at_>domain.B ?

Thanks
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Zdenek Samuel (Kerio)

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Please have a look at "Message filters" - new feature in Kerio Connect 9.0.0. It could solve your requirement.

Zdenek Samuel
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philstone

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Looks perfect. thanks!
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sandjfrancis

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This doesn't seem to work. I just tried it multiple ways and I get the user does not exist messages in the log.
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UnifiedTechs-Brian

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Sounds like you just need to make the one domain as an Alias of the one you want to be the primary. Will save you on license costs too.

- Brian
Kerio Preferred Partner, Reseller & Hosting Provider
Unified Technology Solutions
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philstone

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Could you expand on that?

So if an email is sent to userA@domain.com it can be set to automatically forward to userA<_at_>domain.co.uk?

I don't want to have to create an alias for every account on domain.co.uk..
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sandjfrancis

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Go to your domains section and open the properties of your primary domain. There is an alias tab. You can set alias for an entire domain here.
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philstone

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Brilliant - that worked a treat!

Thanks!
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