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Jean Gaudreau

Which Alt-N products do you use?

MDaemon
Outlook Connector
SecurityPlus

Most recent posts: Jean Gaudreau

Calendar Invite Responses - 08:43am Sep 7, 2016 CDT - It's happening to me also.

I'm having the same issue, when the recipient is accepting the invite from an iPhone.

I think I found why it's doing this...

Unable to add Activesync account from android - 01:48pm May 6, 2016 CDT - You are right, I see the remote IPs are not coming from the usual range I know...

Unable to add Activesync account from android - 01:43pm May 6, 2016 CDT - I just used the builtin mail client in Android and it just went through...

I don't know what to think...

Jean

Unable to add Activesync account from android - 08:19am May 10, 2016 CDT - Unable to add one user with Activesync.
I use the Microsoft Outlook client for Android

I get this error:
Login Error
The connection to your mail server timed out. Please check your mail settings...

Smart Host based on destination domains? - 07:08am Nov 5, 2016 CDT - Is it possible to setup mDaemon to use a smart host based on destination domain?

example: all email sent to user@microsoft.com must go through xyz.isp-smtp.com

otherwise, send them directly ?

In postfix I used Transport Mapping for 3 specific domains that would not let me deliver email directly, I had to go through my ISP smtp server...

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