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To try and explain, our company has more than one domain name, however we want some of them spam filtered and others to be unfiltered.

We have achieved this by having two servers. Spam filtered domains have the MX record pointing to server 2 which spam filters it, and delivers clean email to server 1 running Kerio with the mailboxes.

Non-spam filtered domains have the MX record pointing straight to server 1 (the Kerio server).

Quite a simple setup really, but a spammer has just begun to "bypass" the spam filtering by ignoring our MX record and sending email straight to the Kerio server (server 1) instead of sending it to server 2. Therefore, is there any way I can say to Kerio;

"If the email addressed to domain 'x' does not have 'server2.ourdomain.com' in the message header, then delete it as it has bypassed the MX for our domain???"
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