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Pelon

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Hello friends of Kerio Mailserver,

we have following situation:

Oure ISP provides the domain with DNS record etc.. and, as normal also are the Mailboxes over there.
As wee need Public folders/calender contactc etc. we decided to use the Kerio mailserver inside oure company for this reasons.
We dont use MX entries to get mails but pop3 connector from Kerio. Everything works fine, but:

We use a domain on the kerio server with the same name as we have from the ISP, for example: xyz<_at_>kerioexample.com .
The reason is, if sombody recives a mail with a diferent name like xyz<_at_>kerioexample.intern he will get problems to answer directly to Mails, because this name (*<_at_>kerioexample.intern doesn&acute;t exist in the internet and no DNS server will be able to resolve the name.
Further we have some mailaccounts in the domain*<_at_>kerioexample.com wich don&acute;t belongs to user/member of the company (friends, clients, family etc.)

As logical we dont want them to acces the Kerio Mails erver inside the company , because we don&acute;t want that everybody sees for example the global contacts etc..
Now on sending this people a mail , the mail returns, because there is no useraccount created for them.


With exchange server i&acute;m aible to work around this, because there is possible to give the user on a local domain a mail e-mailaccount with an different Domain wich will be posible to answer (*.exchangeexample.com, and for internal *<_at_>exchangeexample.intern).
ok, the simple question is, is there a way to do the same with Kerio?

Thanks all 4 help

and hopefully wins the best and fairest team the soccer 2006 trophy :-)

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xommen

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you could just create an alias for them, they would need an email address where you forward the email to (but any hotmail or gmail will work).
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