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onderalp

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Hello there,

Since I don't use a mailclient, I use 2 webinterfaces for my mailaddress. One for the mail within the organisation (Outlook Web Access) and one for Kerio mail (via Kerio Webmail).

It would be pretty to use 1 webinterface for my mail within the organisation and for the Kerio mail.

So you understand my question:

Is it possible to redirect incoming POP3 Kerio mail to Exchange so it is receivable in Outlook Web Access?


Regards,


onderalp
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winkelman

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Sure, make a mail filter that forwards all your mail to your other mail address.
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onderalp

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I thought about it, but I use the same domainname (including the Top Level). I don't have 2 different maildomains.

Mail that is sent from outside the company to domain.nl is handled by Kerio. Inside the company Exchange handles this.
In the mailclient you can fix this by installing a POP3 mailaccount, but you don't have this ability in OWA (Outlook Web Access).

Why do you have Kerio with Exchange can be your question, well we first decided to use Exchange in combination with our migration.

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jeffleeismyhero

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Im a CommuniGate Pro convert, there we had RPOP on the server, which would download any email from a pop account into my Inbox. Does exchange have something like this? If not, you can use something like fetchmail to grab the emails and "send" them from the internal network to have them in your exchange webmail
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