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erwinendres

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Hello,
I try to use Kerio to collect mail from POP3 accounts of our provider.
That works fine. The mail from inside my local domain is sent using an SMTP server of the provider.

Example: the primary domain defined in Kerio ist my-domain.de.
But I also have to define a domain gmx.de, which is a free mail service.

The Problem: if I want to send mail to a adress in the gmx domain, e.g. xxx<_at_>gmx.de, Kerio finds that there is no local user xxx.
So I activated the 'forewarding to another host' in domains settings. There I can use the SMTP server of the freemail service gmx.de, but I can't give the required authentication information there. And so gmx.de refuses to send the mail.
I get "mail.gmx.net: 550 5.1.8 Only registrated user are allowed to use this system"

Is there a way to solve this problem?

Thanks for any sugestions!
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