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s10jam

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I downloaded the VM server from the Kerio website, and now, none of the Kerio services will start. I can't find a way to get into a terminal, so I don't know how to diagnose this any further.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Make sure that you followed all steps described in the documentation. Particularly initial configuration after vmware appliance start.
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s10jam

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Ok, after overlooking something stupid on my part, I still have an issue. Everything seems to work except for SMTP. I can SSH in and get to webmail, however, the machine does not answer on port 25. Apparently, Kerio does not use postfix. I've tried the KB article on files stuck in the queue, but there is nothing. Any ideas?
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campodoro74

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Kerio has got it's own SMTP server, so in order to user SMTP, you should disable the already running postfix service and then restart Kerio (/etc/init.d/postfix stop). To prevent postfix starting again during reboot, disable it's service in your INIT level.
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s10jam

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I don't think you read my last post closely enough. I didn't install Postfix.
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s10jam

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Well, instead of using the VMware appliance, I did an install on a fresh XP machine. I still have the same problem with this machine too. The server will only answer on port 25 from itself. It will drop any incoming connections that aren't from itself.
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