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Hi everybody,

I installed and configured several scenarios or use cases of kerio connect for my customers without any big trouble.

This new setup causes me quite a headache though.
Lets just say the local domain is @company.com. There are about 50 client computers at the location where the kerio mailserver is running, everything is working fine - e.g. internal communication from john@company.com to peter@company.com and external from john<_at_>company.com to anyone.

Now the torubling part:
john@company.com needs to be able to send to lisa@company.com even if lisa is not a (local) user of kerio. I understand that kerio wont bother to use a SMPT Relay server if john@company.com sends something to lisa<_at_>company.com as there is no mailbox for lisa configured.
So in the case kerio doesn't know the local mailbox, I still want it to send it to the relay mailserver (as the relay server will be able to reach lisa in my case).

Can someone help me out here? Is there even a solution for this?

Sorry for misspelling, I'm not a native-speaker Smile
Kind Regards
Bud Durland

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In the Domain settings in the Kerio admin console, look at the 'forwarding' tab. Therein lies your solution.
Kerio/GFI Brian

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The problem with this type of store and blind forward option is that your Kerio Connect server is responsible for delivery failures and may become a target for spammers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backscatter_(email)

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