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ruphus

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hi, we have 3 separate domains.

Each domain has a gloabl pop3 mail account.
I teach KMS to poll the mails every couply of minutes.
KMS should now deliver the mails to the appropriate accounts.

Each user has one separate mail account per domains.
Each mail account has at least 5 aliases, e.g. john.doe, jdoe, jdo, doe and john plus additional commonly misspelled versions.

Currently I use the sorting rules to deliver the mails, but this means to have for each possible mail address one rule. That is on my testing system for 3 domains, 4 testuser and 5 aliases already 60rules. This is becomming unmentainable.

Any Idea how to better setup the users/KMS?
I would prefer to enter all possible aliases in the user dialog, tab email addresses and the POP3 polling looks up in there.

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Ruphus
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