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crackd

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I don't believe this can be done, but I wanted to throw it out anyways and see what other people's thoughts are.

We have multiple domains that we host on our mail server (6.01). We would like to apply different policies to each domain. For instance.....

abc.com - would allow all attachments and set SPAM filter to 8.0

xyz.com - would not allow any attachments and set SPAM filter to 2.0

Do other groups have similar needs? Can KerioMail do this? Love the product so far, just needs a few tweaks.

PS...sure would be nice to be able to modify the front page on webmail ;-)

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hinnerup

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I absolutely agree - that's definitely the direction Kerio should be moving in.

/Tobias
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mtrento

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totaly agree with you.
multiple domains = łultiple configuration.

i would like aswell to customize the webmail for each domain and avoiding typyng the whole email as login name.
i saw there is a webmail/default/ folder containing the pages.

i managed to make a copy of the default folder into test folder and used it by webmail but customisation is limited since the page are encrypted.
thus having my webmail login www.mailserver.com/test/login.php
is there a way to force the domain in my "test" pages ?

Regards

Massimo
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