The company has the domain
company.com and a primary MX record points to the computer where Kerio MailServer will be installed (the name of the computer in DNS is
The computer is connected to the Internet via a leased line.
There is no relay SMTP server.
The company uses the NT domain
DOMAIN and users will be authenticated in this domain.
The production department will have an address
email@example.com and the sales department will have the address
Some users would like Kerio MailServer to download messages from their mailboxes on the Internet and deliver them to their local mailboxes.
AVG 7.0 antivirus program will be used for checking mail for viruses and no
VBS attachments can be sent.
Remote administration of Kerio MailServer will only be allowed from the IP address
184.108.40.206 (external administrator).
company.com and enter the server's DNS name
mail.company.com. In the Authentication tab enter the name of the NT domain
In the Domain Settings → Users section, use the button to import all users from the domain. This way the users will not have to be added manually.
In the Domain Settings → Groups section, create the groups Production and Sales and add appropriate users to them.
In the Domain Settings → Aliases section, define the aliases
sales to be delivered to the corresponding user groups.
The Internet connection is permanent. In the Online option.section, select the
Outgoing mail will be sent directly to the target domains. On the SMTP delivery tab in the section, select the Deliver directly using DNS MX records option.
In thesection, define retrieval of email from requested external mailboxes. For each mailbox, select a user to whom messages from the mailbox will be delivered.
Set up scheduling for downloading of mail from the remote mailboxes. The leased line is fast and is connected permanently so messages from the mailboxes can be downloaded quite often. Set scheduling every 10 minutes (Every 00:10). Outgoing mail is sent immediately and no mail is received using ETRN — only tick Receive POP3 mailboxes.
In the AVG 7.0 module. In Configuration → Content Filter — Attachment Filter, enable filtering and set forbidden files, i.e.
Remote administration and assign it a single IP address (host)
In the Enable administration from network and Only from this IP address group. Choose the created group Remote administration here.section, tick