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I use Kerio for a very small company (2 employees right now). Recently we lost our mail server, so I installed Kerio on a Mac Mini and have been running it from home via my broadband connection. We just don't want the additional charge of a separate co-located server for our mail platform.

We have a web server that has several public IP addresses. Recently I've started getting bounce back messages from certain domains due to my broadband IP being DHCP and being blocked due to possible SPAM.

Is there an easy was to configure Kerio to use the mailserver on our public webserver? I can't move Kerio to the web server machine because it hosts different websites and we want the mail server there to remain separate from the one we use for our company.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

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