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If you want to use Kerio on Mac OS X Server 10.3 and PHP's mail function. Even though you will not be using Mac OS X's postfix server, you need to change some settings in Server Admin.
  1. Mail-> Settings -> General
    • uncheck "Enable SMTP"
    • check "Relay all mail through this host"
    • enter your domain, such as "mail.domain.com"
  2. Mail-> Settings -> Advanced
    • In "Local host aliases" enter something that is NOT pointing to your mail server
    • such as "localmail.domain.com"
  3. Mail-> Settings -> Advanced
    • uncheck ALL 4 SMTP Authentication methods
  4. Mail-> Settings -> Filters (May already be set this way)
    • check "Accept SMTP relays only from theses hosts and networks"
    • enter "127.0.0.1/32"
  5. Do NOT start the service, it is invoked from PHP
  6. In the PHP.ini file add thses lines
    • sendmail_from = "webmaster<_at_>domain.com"
    • sendmail_path = "/usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i -F webmaster<_at_>domain.com -f webmaster<_at_>domain.com"

Good luck!
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