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talkinggoat

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I currently have a server that has IIS running on it. I would like to use Kerio on this server, but I don't see anything for host headers, like IIS has. Is there any way to tell Kerio to use port 80 to listen on mail.domain.com and not the entire ip address?
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There's no way to do this. You would need a second IP address as it is now.

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I don't see how a second ip address would help, a host machine can have port 80 directed to a single program no matter what ip address it is going through.

You can change configuration->services->http to listen on another port. (for example 8025). Then you can reach kerio directly using http://mail.domain.com:8025).

You can then also set IIS to redirect incoming mail.domain.com to another port on the same machine, In this case redirecting mail.domain.com to mail.domain.com:8025 and reach kerio that way.

If you aren't using https on that machine, you can reach kerio with https://mail.domain.com, assuming it is enabled at configuration->services->https
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sedell

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You might want to check your facts on that. Ports aren't machine wide, they're based on the IP address. You can have multiple applications on a machine listening on same port if they each use a different IP address.

As far as changing ports, that's not always an option. Some things, like ActiveSync and remote SMTP delivery, only work on the default ports.

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You might try using some sort of proxy.

I did with the apache setup, let mail.domain.com "proxy" to the local machine on a different port.

For outside it looked like mail.domain.com, while it ran on different port.

I don't know if this will work with IIS, but this way you don't need a second IP.
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