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daghood

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I am willing to get away from Microsoft Exchange 2003, but I have a few questions regarding KERIO.

- Can one user open another user MAILBOX to check that other user email (when he is out of office for example) ?

- Can one user open another user CALENDAR? In exchange you can open multiple calendar side by side and see when you can arrange a meeting for everybody or not. Is this possible with Kerio?

- Can one user have 2 different email adresses from 2 different email domain (mail<_at_>domain1.com and mail<_at_>domain2.com)? If yes, can he choose wich email to use when he is sending a message?

Please share you experience with me on theses points. For your info I am now using SBS2003 and outlook 2003.

Thanks a lot

Dag
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cohcon

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Yes, mailboxes and calendars can be shared by assigning appropriate permissions.

You can receive email from multiple domains. Your primary domain and user login will by default be who you send email as, but you can receive email sent to your account's primary domain and all aliases.

For sending emails from the aliases, you manage the identities from within the mail client.

For best results, download a full working copy and extensively test it for several weeks to get a better understanding of kms.

Best Regards,
Conn


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