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jackey

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Is it possible to run the Webmail of Kerio behind Apache?

So that you could reach a Website through: http://www.mysite.com and the Webmail through: http://www.mysite.com/webmail and the FtpServer through http://www.mysite.com/files.

Regards,
Jackey van Melis


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jackey

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Thanks for this solution, although useable for many, this is not what I was looking for.
Many companies don't allow web communication over other than standard ports.

I'm searching if a solution like CrushFtp (that requires a mod in Apache) is available for Kerio.

[Updated on: Thu, 01 November 2007 14:09]

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Don't understand your problem. Although Kerio will be set to a non-standard port, users will be connecting to the standard HTTP port and Apache will be relaying from the non-standard port to the standard port. This is seemless -- the user is NOT redirected to a non-standard port.
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jackey

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O.K. that should work then! Thanks!!
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