Kerio Configuration Guide
The following article will explain how to configure Kerio email server to operate with the Mailsphere cloud.
SMTP Relay Configuration
First of all ensure that any firewalls in use will allow traffic on port 25 from the Mailsphere MTA IP addresses (detailed below).
The first configuration to add is the SMTP relay configuration in Kerio.
Ensure that 'Allow Relay only for - Users from IP address group' is checked.
Note: 'Users authenticated through SMTP server' can remain checked if this is already enabled.
Next to the IP Group drop down list click edit to create a new group. This guide will go through the details of how to set this up.
Create a new group called 'Mailsphere' with the following Mailsphere MTA IP addresses associated with it:
Once this is complete contact Mailsphere support to confirm connectivity.
In the Kerio SMTP configuration under Security Options:
Ensure that 'Max. number of messages sent in one hour' is disabled.
Archiving Internal Email
The email travelling inbound (sent by an external sender) or outbound (sent to an external recipient) is automatically archived by Mailsphere. To archive internal communications (email sent between users of the same Kerio email server) we need to configure the remote archiving rules.
The configuration above will enable this facility with all internal email being copied to email@example.com for archive purposes.