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adencool

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im in the process of trying a few email servers, and i ve come up against a problem with kerio - can anybody help?

we are currently using pop3 account from our isp, so i want to download from pop3 to start. this is all fine.

but.. the change from isp mail to our own mail server will be a slow process. and during the migration many users will still pop3 from the isp. what i need is for local users(users on kerio ) still be able to send mail to users on the isp, i have tryed this and the mail wont send because it states unknown local users, is there a way around this.

(i am also trying mdaemon which can do this!)
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peterj

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In the domain settings in the Kerio admin this can be enabled; Set Kerio to forward mail for unknown users to the ISP's server.

HTH
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Hi adencool,

Peterj is incorrect.

This is how you can do this with KMS:
1. Create your local user accounts in KMS.
2. Go to Configuration > POP3 download
3. Create rules for each account that you want to download from your ISP and map it to your local users.
4. An additional option is to configure your email clients and WebMail to set the reply to address to your ISP email address.

This would allow you to keep your service with your ISP but take advantage of the IMAP/groupware/archiving/backup, antispam, antivirus, full-featured WebMail that the Kerio MailServer provides.
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peterj

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and the mail wont send because it states unknown local users, is there a way around this


Actually I think I am correct. Presumable adencool has a domain name and once the domain is defined in KMS you won't be able to send email to users who are not setup in KMS yet.

You will still need to setup the forwarding for unknown users.

PS.
I would still point out that he didn't give enough info.
1) Does he have a domain name?
2) Has he got 1x catchall POP3 acount & individual ones?
3) Is he running his own DNS?

If he has a domain & a catchall POP (as implied) then it's you who is incorrect..!
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Anonymous
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Peter you are absolutely correct.

Adencool, feel free to contact support (via phone or email) to help sort out your situation better. Or just give us more info on your situation.
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