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philroch

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Heres my problem.I can't get web mail to come up on http://192.168.1.1 or https://mail.ourcompany.com. My routers default address is 192.168.1.1
I run a dinamic ip web server using 192.168.1.2 and my default gatway is 192.168.1.1 Is there a way to access web mail directly?or to change the web mail ip address.
i troed changing the port numbers and it still wont run

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sidbarker

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If you are inside the network in question, then the problem is that the router will not route internal packets back into the internal network. This is a typical situation with routers - they only route from outside to inside and vice versa.

The only solution is to use http://mailserver (or whatever the name / IP of your mailserver is.
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zzuccerro

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y have an access right problem.
go to console--> configuration--> services---> webmail---> access... you have to define any local network group to ...
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