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felicia.huff

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We are currently running Kerio 6.1.3 integrated with Active Directory, have 1 domain (domain1.com), and all mail is routed to a gateway in the DMZ before hitting the outside world. We have a second office in another state that has a separate domain and email server (domain2.com) which does not use Kerio. Is it possible to route mail going from domain1.com to domain2.com across our VPN tunnel, but continue to have all other mail to go to our DMZ (which has no access to the VPN)? Or simply said, we want all interoffice email kept internally.

Currently all mail is forwarded to the DMZ gateway using the settings SMTP Server-SMTP Delivery-Use relay SMTP Server 10.x.x.x.

Thanks for any suggestions.
Felicia
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felicia.huff

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Would creating a domain for domain2.com under Domains and using the Forward tab to forward it to the other domain's mail server be the best way to go?

Thanks
Felicia
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