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djkoelkast

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Does Kerio have a CATCH-ALL fuction?
If yes: where is it?
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keywerks

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KMS supports a backup function, which enables you to fetch all mails and archive them or send them to a special, user defined account. Did you mean that?

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djkoelkast

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What I mean is if therehas sent a message to a non-excisting user I want it to be forwarded to one of the specified accounts.

f.e.:

1 domain, 2 users:

user 1 has got: info<_at_>domain, mynam<_at_>domain
user 2 has got: hisname<_at_>domain

as user 1 is the domain admin I'd like all mails that are sent to a non excisting user (f.e. anotheruser<_at_>domain) to be forwarded to user 1's mailbox.

Is that possible?
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teco

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take a look at the folder
POP3 Download
Subfolder: Sorting Rules

Feel free to try everything.

Also a workaround:
Create at your ISP an account like *<_at_>somedomain.com and forward it to an account like unknown<_at_>somedomain.com...

Everything what can not sorted to an acount would be selected by this.

The rest is a "try and error" result of sorting rules and Download rules (deliver to an account or by soring rules)

Good look and plan some time for this...
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reinhold

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Make an alias with *<_at_>domainname.invalid and forward to the account you want to use for recieving the mails.

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/Brian

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winkelman

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You can use '*' and '?' wildcards in aliases to catch unknown user mail. So a '*' alias would catch ALL mail.
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peterj

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What does the '?' wildcard alias do??

or do they both achieve the same thing??

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winkelman

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peterj wrote on Sat, 23 July 2005 01:47

What does the '?' wildcard alias do??

or do they both achieve the same thing??




So, you're not from the MS-DOS times, are you? ;-)

From the manual (http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch09s03.html):
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You can use the * referent to substitute any number of digits in an alias (i.e. *sms*, a*00*, etc.). Such aliases will be applied on all email addresses that will correspond with the given mask.

To substitute only one character use the ? referent (i.e. ?ill will cover addresses that include such words as kill, pill and other corresponding strings).
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opaque

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So if I want to catch all for mydomain.com, I'd create a rule for *<_at_>mydomain.com.invalid?

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peterj

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No, not a rule, create an Alias (Under "Domain Settings") for *<_at_>yourdomain.com then direct it to the mailbox you want to catch-all.

NB.
Any explicit aliases will override this default one with the wildcard.

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opaque

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Whoops that's what I meant... (alias)

So I take it account names take priority over aliases, right?

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peterj

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Yes account names, (or additional addresses on accounts) take precedence as do explicit aliases.
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ofer

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without any aliases

in the DOMAIN setting - there is an option if recipient doesn't found on the domain - and you have the option to forward the message to any address -
so address it to yourself...

Ofer

[Updated on: Mon, 01 August 2005 17:38]

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peterj

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ofer - This option forwards the mail to an alternative SMTP server...!!! Not to a catch-all user account..

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djkoelkast

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make an alias
insert *
forward it to one of the e-mail addresses

done

it works
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