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I'm trying Kerio MailServer to see if it's good for us. I have one mail domain. That's working ok.
But I also have two external e-mail-accounts (no complete domain). I want to be able to send with those two e-mail-accounts too.
In WinRoute 4 it was working great, but in Kerio MailServer 6.0.8 I have to specify an account. When I test my account in Outlook, the error "Send test-e-mail: The testmessage cannot be sent. Look at the field 'e-mail'". It's not exactly what it says, it is a translation from dutch ;).
The security log in KMS says : "Message from <XXX<_at_>XXX.XX> temporarily rejected: sender domain does not resolve".
How can I continue using external e-mail-accounts?
Please help me, I have been searching a couple of evenings and I can't find a solution!!!

[Updated on: Thu, 31 March 2005 01:04]


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I found the option "Block if sender's mail domain was not found in DNS", and unchecked it. It seems to work, but I have to test it some more... Maybe tomorrow...

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