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marco.w

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Upgrade worked without any issues - including KOC.

I just ran into one Problem with Webmail: The KMS I am talking about is running on a server behind a Linksys Router that does NAT/PAT. Port 443 is forwarded to the KMS Server.
KOC is working fine when coming from the Internet. Webmail does work on IE but not with Firefox. The message FF displays is the following: "Connection Interrupted - The network link was interrupted while negotiating a connection. Please try again." I tried this on two PCs coming from different Internet locations.

I did a trace with Wireshark and found out the the Server Certificate is transfered but afterwards KMS seems not to respond anymore. I am not really sure who is causing this, FF or KMS.

Cheers,
Marco
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Nixs

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We had the same issue with an older version of sTunnel. Upgrading to a newer version of sTunnel fixed the problem for us (4.20 at the time, though that's old now.) Are you running DD-WRT or you have the actual Linksys firmware? Got the latest firmware?
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Nixs

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The 6.6 Webmail has a bug in it.

It redirects but it puts the entire URL into the redirect, not a relational redirect.

Our web server is https://somename.ourdomain.com/

When we hit that, it redirects to http://somename.ourdomain.com/webmail/index.php.

Port 80 is blocked on our firwall, so webmail is dead for us on the Internet.

If we specify

https://somename.ourdomain.com/webmail/index.php then it works through the firewall.

The old Webmail did not have this bug. Kerio's redirect should be redirecting to /webmail/index.php without specifying the entire URI. Otherwise aliases, PAT, Aliases will break.

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marco.w

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Thanks for your answer - but I seem to face a different problem. I am running DD-WRT on that Linksys. The strange thing is that It works with IE from the outside (Internet) but not FF. Anyway as long as there is a way to access webmail I don't worry too much.

Thanks.
Marco
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