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Monty99

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Hello,

I've installed Kerio in a PC so that I can see if it is what I need for my school. We currently use EXCHANGE 2000. Is there ANYWAY I can use the two systems side-by-side? I would like mail sent from my Exchange server to Kerio mail server. How can I do this? Is it possible?
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Lyle M

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I'm not entirely clear on what you're trying to accomplish, but I'll toss out some thoughts.

I'm not a mail/dns god, so I don't know of a way you can have both servers receive the same e-mail simultaneously (I think that's what you mean by side-by-side).

If you want to simply feed mail to KMS, you can try the remote POP3 download described here:

http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch16s04.html

Of course, if your goal is to test the security/anti-spam features of KMS, bypassing SMTP won't really help. I've never climbed Mt. Exchange, so I don't know if they have something like a "keep mail & forward via SMTP" capability.

Part of our early testing of KMS was to place the server on the public Internet as a fully live mail server with complete DNS entries. A handful of testers were given made-up e-mail addresses at the fake domain. We also seeded our very public web site with the fake addresses so e-mail harvesters would find them and start spamming that server.

Best of luck,
Lyle
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