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Hey all,

I had a quick question that I hope is relatively easy to answer. I'm currently testing Kerio Mailserver 6.1.0. It's running on a Linux server, and seems to be doing quite well so far. The question I have is in regards to sending mail to another mail server that's not accessible to the internet. In the past, I've been able to send messages in the form of username<_at_>[IP] or username<_at_>IP, and things have worked great. With Kerio, it seems that unless it can run a DNS lookup on the domain, it fails immediately. So, I'm wondering if there is a way to get Kerio to view the IP address exactly as it is: an IP address, and attempt to deliver the message to that IP. Anyone tried this before?

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