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mafiacopies

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What are the settings for outlook / express for winroute firewall

account type : pop3
incoming mail server : mail.mycompany.com
outgoing mail server (SMTP) : mail.mycompany.com

user name : mafiacopies
password : *******

please help me....


thanks in advance
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winkelman

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Do you have Traffic Policies allowing POP3/SMTP traffic? What do your Traffic Policies look like?
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mafiacopies

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All polices are open at the moment for testing....
The internet is open and web mail works fine, but outlook / express says it cannot send or receive from pop3 or smtp...

question?
is the incoming or out-going server to be redirected to the winroute firewall server eg. 192.168.1.1 or "\\inet-server" and if so what is the username for the email account setting....
not "speters" but "speters#mail.mycompany.com"

Thanks again
Really need help for home network....
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starcom.8m

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Hi. This works for me: Cool

On Outlook Express email account settings, define the POP3 and SMTP servers with the address where your firewall is installed, say for example if you have KWF runing on 192.168.0.25 type

POP3 Server: 192.168.0.25
SMTP Server: 192.168.0.25

Then in your KWF define this two traffic rules:
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Name: POP3_Mail
Origin: (your OE computer IP address)
Firewall
Dest.: (your OE computer IP address)
Firewall
Service:POP3
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT: to default Interface
MAP: pop3.mycompany.com (pop3 server)
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Name: SMTP_Mail
Origin: (your OE computer IP address)
Firewall
Dest.: (your OE computer IP address)
Firewall
Service:SMTP
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT: to default Interface
MAP: smtp.mycompany.com (smtp server)
----------------------------------------------
Good Luck!!
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mafiacopies

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Tried the above and still no luck

my Kerio winroute server is 192.168.1.2
my pop3 & smtp server is mail.exchangenet.com

my outlook computer is on dhcp from a 2003 server
from 192.168.1.21 to 192.168.1.255

please anybody.... help!

thanks again for your help above and in advance....

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starcom.8m

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OK, try this:

On OE verify that your POP3 server port is 110 and the SMTP server port is 25. On your email account properties set:

POP3 Server: 192.168.1.2
SMTP Server: 192.168.1.2

Then in your KWF define this two traffic rules:
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Name: POP3_Mail
Origin: 192.168.1.21 to 192.168.1.255 and Firewall
Dest.: 192.168.1.21 to 192.168.1.255 and Firewall
Service:POP3
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT: to default Outgoing Interface
MAP: mail.exchangenet.com, Translate to port 110
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Name: SMTP_Mail
Origin: 192.168.1.21 to 192.168.1.255 and Firewall
Dest.: 192.168.1.21 to 192.168.1.255 and FirewallFirewall
Service:SMTP
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT: to default Outgoing Interface
MAP: mail.exchangenet.com, Translate to Port:25
----------------------------------------------

Also allow POP3 and SMTP services in your traffic to/fm Internet, this works for me. I have the non transparent Proxy enabled...
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mafiacopies

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To especially starcom.8m and all users who helped me solve my problem/s..

A massive thankyou and god bless you all....

The rules worked and I can now read and send my email through
outlook/express....

Its persons like you all who will continue to make computer use
better for all other persons like me...

Its funny how this information is not included in the user manual.

Thanks again.... Cool

God Bless
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