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wiek

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I'm investigating for my company if Kerio Mailserver is a good alternative for out current Mail-server-system, which is MDaemon. In MDaemon it is possible to use something like a 'raw' email. With this you can build a simple text file, which looks something like:

to <email<_at_>addres>
from <email<_at_>addres>

Message


You then save this file with the extension 'raw'. When you place this file in a specific directory MDaemon will pick it up, convert it to a 'normal' email-message and send it away.

We use this possibility in our applications-programs. In it we generate 'raw' text-files, transport these to the MDaemon-directory and MDaemon sends them away without any interference from our users.

My question is if there is a similar mechanism in Kerio that we can use to send simple email messages from our applications.

Kind regards,
Wiek Cremers
System manager
Huijbregts Groep
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