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jstrickland

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Okay. I have a question about what should be a simple process. In my current email server, I have the hostname set as mail.americanroamer.com, and the domain set as companyname.com. This server handles all mail for user<_at_>companyname.com. In the user email apps I have both the POP3 and SMTP servers set as mail.companyname.com. How do I make sure I have the same configuration in Kerio mail server? Do I set the domain name as companyname.com and the Internet hostname as mail.americanroamer.com?
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sonofcolin

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Do I set the domain name as companyname.com and the Internet hostname as mail.americanroamer.com?


Yes, if indeed your mailserver host name is mail.americanroamer.com (the name that resolves to the IP address of your mailserver). Domain name is the <_at_>domain_name.com. You can have as many domain names as you like
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jstrickland

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Yes, I have mail.companyname.com resolving to that IP address. I take it then that to access webmail, users would go to https://mail.companyname.com?
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jstrickland wrote on Wed, 26 April 2006 22:53

Yes, I have mail.companyname.com resolving to that IP address. I take it then that to access webmail, users would go to https://mail.companyname.com?


Yes - without the '?'
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