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Sir Freejack

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Hi,

where are two ports (outgoing and incomming mail) I can configure in the standard version of Outlook Connector. Now in the Offline Edition is just one http-Port.

Does KOC only use this port to communicate with the server?

I use the KOC on my Laptop in different networks. Some are proteced with very ristricted Firewalls and Proxys for http/https-Connectiosn. In the past I use the SSH and FTP Port to get a Connection to my Server but since KOC it doesn´t works. Crying or Very Sad

Has anyone infomations about the ports used by KOC, a possibility to make proxy-settings or an other solution for my problem?

Grettings
Stefan

[Updated on: Thu, 13 March 2008 23:07]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Read http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch32s02.html


For proper functionality of the Kerio Outlook Connector, the following services must be running in Kerio MailServer:
* HTTP(S) — the protocol is used for automatic updates of the Kerio Outlook Connector and also for communication with the Free/Busy server.
* IMAP(S) — the MAPI interface uses the IMAP protocol in Kerio MailServer.
* SMTP(S) — the protocol is used for email sending.
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Sir Freejack

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thanks for your answer, but use the OfflineEdition of KOC the same ports? And is there a way to configure this ports (like "Figure 32.12. Account settings" — ports in the Standard Version). In the new KOC I only found a field for change the http-Port.
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sedell

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It says nothing about it in the documentation, but KOFF uses WebDAV. WebDAV uses HTTP or HTTPS to communicate.

Scott
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sedell wrote on Thu, 13 March 2008 23:39

It says nothing about it in the documentation, but KOFF uses WebDAV. WebDAV uses HTTP or HTTPS to communicate.


It is mentioned in the documentation: http://www.kerio.com/manual/kdg/en/ar01s02.html#sect2-commun ication
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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Fri, 14 March 2008 03:56

It is mentioned in the documentation: http://www.kerio.com/manual/kdg/en/ar01s02.html#sect2-commun ication


Silly me. I looked in the Administrator's Guide and the User's Guide. I don't know why I expected to find that information there.

Scott
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