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Rob65

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Hello….

I have a problem with Kerio webmail and apache.
So I tried the following:
I found this on the forum.


- if apache and the Kerio webmail are on the same physical server, you need to modify the Kerio webmail to be on a different port or it will conflict with apache

- edit the 'httpd.conf' file in the apache/conf directory
--- enable the proxy and http_proxy modules by un-commenting the lines:
LoadModule proxy_module modules/mod_proxy.so
LoadModule proxy_http_module modules/mod_proxy_http.so
--- make sure you don't end up being an open proxy by adding the following lines in the general server directives section
# Proxy module configuration
# Don't be an open forward proxy!
#
ProxyRequests Off
--- add directives to proxy the subdomain 'webmail' to Kerio (replace 'mydomain.com' with your domain name, 'host' with IP or name of Kerio server, 'port' with the port Kerio webmail runs on)
#
# Configuration for webmail.mydomain.com
#
<VirtualHost *:80>
ServerName webmail.mydomain.com
<Location />
ProxyPass http://host:port/
ProxyPassReverse http://host:port/
</Location>
</VirtualHost>

- save the apache configuration file, restart apache.

Et voila ... now browsing to 'webmail.mydomain.com' brings the Kerio webmail login screen, and all is working well.

Enjoy, and please share comments, issues, questions, ... in this thread.

Dr_Gaston.
[Updated on: Mon, 21 March 2005 21:17]


But the problem is that i’m working from an ip adres en not a domain name.
Is there a possibility to make this work?
For instance my ip adres 80.56.144.85
Domain name Kerio webmail webmail.post.com
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