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If your company uses more Kerio Connect servers physically scattered (located in different cities, countries, continents), you can now connect them together and move all users across all servers involved into a single email domain (distributed domain).
The only prerequisite for the correct function of the distributed domain is user mapping from a directory service.
After the distributed domain is configured, the users will be able:
to be members of common user groups,
to access shared contacts (Global Address List),
to reserve common resources,
to plan meetings for all users in the distributed domain.
Distributed domain does not support:
folder sharing (including public folders),
sharing of local users and user groups (users and groups that are not mapped from the directory service).
The setting and administration of distributed domains is only possible through the Kerio Connect administration.
Distributed domain is a complex feature of Kerio Connect. For that reason, only basic configuration is described in this manual. Configuration details and examples are described in a standalone document — Kerio Connect 7, Distributed Domain.