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I spoke with a Kerio representative who indicated that Kerio is capable of running multiple domains. With our organizations setup, we only have one static IP address on a T1 connection. We have two different web hosts that control the nameservers for our two domain names. If they were to BOTH set up the "mail" record in the DNS to point at our public IP address, and our router were to forward the neccesary ports to the server that would run Kerio, would it be able to resolve the two different domains in that way (similar to how IIS uses virtual domains) ?

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Not sure I 100 percent understand your question, but, I have 5 domains all pointing to the same IP and send/receive Kerio mail on all five, no issues.


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do you encounter problems with subdomain residing in same server ?

for some reason, mail going out to certain other domain, the sub is gone.

example: user<_at_>

when it reach there, it become, user<_at_> ?

whatever happen to the ab ?

any suggestion ?

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