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steinmuehlen_admins

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Hi,

we have some questions

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We use Pop3-Download an Sorting-Rules with a single Account from our ISP where mails for all users are collected. Now if no sorting rule matches the recieved mail, we would like to send it to the administrator. So we made a "Catch-It-All" (*<_at_>domain.com) Rule to achieve this. However, it seems that this "Catch-It-All" Rule is always processed first. Thereby all mail will be sent to the administrator instead of being sorted to our users.
Has anyone expirienced the same? Or has a solution for it?

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When using forwards (from a user or from a group) to a external address the mail will be sent using the original "To:". Only a "X-Envelope-To:" is added with the real recipient. Such messages won&#180;t be excepted by most ISPs. Anyone with a workaround?

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The out-of-the-box behavior of KMS seems to be, to add a message-filter (filter.siv) to every new user which will move spammail to the folder "Junk E-Mail". However when using Pop3-Clients you won&#180;t see this folder. Can it really be, that Kerio has such a "black-hole" Configuration? You could lose false-positives forever.

<_at_>Kerio: By the way .. keep up the good work ;)



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peterj

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1. Stop using POP3

2. Which ISP's have a problem with X-Envelope-To?

3. Disable the spam rule for one user and copy the filter.siv to all other users. - We like the spam rule for our IMAP users!!!
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steinmuehlen_admins

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1.
Why should the use of POP3 affect the functionality of the Sorting Rules? We noticed too, that in older versions (5.7.10) this was no problem. In the documentation/help (Kerio MailServer 6.0) you can read the following:

> Index --> POP3 --> Sorting Rules
> Special Sorting Rules
> In sorting rules you can also define rules in this format:
> * → address (implicit rule)
> Email messages not complying with any rule will be delivered to > > this user (group). If this rule is not defined, such messages > > > will be discarded.
> *<_at_>domain.com → *<_at_>anotherdomain.czom
> All messages containing the specified domain will be forwarded to > another specified domain.
> No other usage of the asterisk character (e.g. for completing a > > part of an address) is allowed.

It seems to be supported for POP3 too, doesn't it?

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It seemed to be a internal error. Problem fixed.

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That's what we've done. also if that rule isn't very POP3-friendly, because of the fact, that the correspondending directories for the users aren't created before their first log-in we have to wait until the last user has logged-in (or to manually login into every account) before doing that step the last time...
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