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krillin837

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Hi everyone!.

Maybe this is kind of a real piece of cake for you, but i can't found a solution Smile

When i go to my webmail of Kerio (we have the Kerio webmail server here) i can enter without any problem to check my mail, but the thing that i've notice is that i can't change my password on the webmail. It gaves me this error that says :

The password changing on an insecure channel is not enable. Please login using HTTPS

how can enable https so users can change their password over webmail?.

Thank you guys!
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microalps

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HTTPS should be enabled by default. However, most cases you will be using HTTP. You should be able to simply change the url in the browser from http:// to https://. You may need to open port 443 on your firewall if this hasn't been done already.
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krillin837

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That doesn't work, it says

fail to open page


What can i do?

Thanks for answering so fast Smile
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microalps

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Checklist
1) Open the port on your router
2) In KMS Admin under services, ensure the HTTPS service is running. If not, press start to get it rolling.
3) Disable any software firewall you may have on the server

If all else fails, try accessing https://localhost from the server machine itself. If windows based, should be a cinch with terminal services. If linux based, use wget / linx from console.
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krillin837

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Thanks!, it works Smile.

Now, another question... sorry to bother you, but, is there a way to auto-accept the certificates that kerio needs to create the secure connection?, or to make an absolutly safe certificate, so that the browser doesn't ask the user to accept it?.

Thanks so much!
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microalps

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You have to buy a SSL certificate if you want it to be 'trusted'. If you are only concerned with specific computers, you can add the SSL certificate as trusted on each computer. Please specify the computer O/S and browser so we can provide exact directions. I do not know if this can be propagated to a network, I've never done something like that.
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krillin837

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Mainly they are eMacs under Tiger and Panther, and they are using all Firefox and Safari

Thanks for all the help! Smile
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microalps

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For firefox, if the certificate is signed to the correct domain, just choose accept this cert permanently. It won't bug them again; it will add it to the certificate manager. I don't know about Safari. Again, if you don't want then to see this even once, you've got to get a legit certificate from the various trusted guys.
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