As a hosting provider you may want to support varying service levels to offer a tiered pricing model that accommodates a broad range of customer preferences. Kerio Connect supports several options to enable differentiated features and functionality at the user and domain levels.
Assigning user access policies
You can associate users with access policies to limit the type of services, protocols, or applications they are allowed to use. For more information refer to Restricting access to some services.
Setting domain limits and quotas
In the properties of each domain you can set limits and quotas to enforce usage requirements as part of your hosting services.
Set a limit on the number of users in a domain. This option prevents domain level administrators from creating more users than may be allowed. For more information refer to Limiting the number of users per domain.
Disable chat per domain so that you can offer chatting in Kerio Connect Client as a premium option.
Assign a cumulative storage limit to all users and public folders within a domain so that you can enforce storage limits and offer larger storage capacities as a premium option. For more information refer to Limiting the disk space per domain..
|Outgoing message size||
Restrict the size of outgoing messages from a specified domain. Assign larger message sizes as a premium option. For more information refer to Limiting the size of outgoing messages.
|Deleted items recovery||
You can enable retention of deleted messages for an acceptable interval such as 30 days. The process for recovering deleted messages is a faster and less disruptive option than recovering data from a backup and may be used as a premium option. For more information refer to Recovering deleted items.
Relaying email through alternative services (smart host)
You can use alternative mail relay services for various purposes such as data loss prevention (DLP), archiving, or compliance. To achieve this, you can create conditional rules to relay outgoing messages from or to specific domains through an external server.