Let me sum the facts:
on the client pc in outlook express i have a pandora.be email address from my provider and i made a second account.
the second account points at the win2K3 server (where kerio is on installed) instead of the provider 's server. POP3 and SMTP are configured with the ip address of this win2k3 server + login & pw of this server.
When i send a mail using this account (the 2nd), it arrives at Kerio (from the client pc to the server). So it is stored on the server, but the server does not forward it to the destination email.
When i use my providers email address (where pop3 and smtp server are configured to get the mail from the ISP mailbox) it does not use the kerio server (but i need the emails to be stored on the server) This address is also used as destination address.(there is a user in Kerio with this email address)
Emails from persons outside the network arrive also in Kerio, but again, kerio does not forward them to outlook express (or other email clients like outlook)
I also tried the outlook connector (on outlook ofcourse) and i can connect to the server with outlook but i dont receive emails in my clients (outlook or outlook express)
the mails just stay at the server
Should'n I define the ISP servers in clients, and only in Kerio?
The email clients, should they be configured with an ISP or must the only be connected to Kerio? (im affraid they get the emails from my isp, and not from kerio)
basicly the problem is
emails arrive at kerio but are NOT "forwarded" to the clients email receiver
I could really use some help :) if you need more information let me know.
Thanks in advance
[Updated on: Thu, 16 March 2006 15:58]
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