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kokuryu

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Hi! How do I configure the Kerio Webmail to NOT require HTTPS connections for changing the user passwords?

Because of conflicts with IIS, it has been impossible for me to set up a HTTPS configuration on Kerio.

I tried to take a look at the Webmail .php files, but they are all encrypted by Zend and uneditable.
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Nixs

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I don't know the "easy" answer, but one answer is to stick an STUNNEL between the two, and have the STunnel connect normal to remote SSL, that being your Kerio server.

Your conf file would be something like;

...
; Use it for client mode
client = yes

[kerio]
accept = 80
connect = email.server.com:443
TIMEOUTclose = 0


So you trick Kerio into thinking you are using SSL, while your users are not. Of course, this depends on your Kerio having some type of certificate, even a self signed one.

I don't do this, I do the opposite - connect to my sTunnel server and stunnel it to Kerio 80.


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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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There is an easy solution. Change port in KMS HTTPS service to 444 and then use secured webmail at https://server:444
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kokuryu

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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Thu, 03 July 2008 17:45

There is an easy solution. Change port in KMS HTTPS service to 444 and then use secured webmail at https://server:444


I tried doing this. It does not work. You cannot connect to port 444, or any other custom port number, for https with any browser that I tried. All the browsers want to use port 443 for https connections.
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sedell

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That should work. If you're using https://server.domain.com:444 and it doesn't work from any browser, you have other issues at play. It's not the browsers.

Scott
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kokuryu

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Please tell me what browser, version, and OS version you got this to work on so I can attempt to duplicate it.

Thanks!
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sedell

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Every one I've ever tried with. It's standard protocol.

Scott
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