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stripecat

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Hi

I've deployed my Kerio Mailserver in a reverse proxy scenario. This means that an Apache webserver terminates the SSL-traffic and sends it unencrypted to the web interface on my Kerio Mail server. This setup works fine except for one thing: you cannot use the "change password" feature in the webmail. If you connect directly to the Kerio Mailserver using http it won't work either. However, if you connect to the Kerio Mailserver with https directly it works just fine.

My theory is that Kerio Mailserver does not allow you to change the password when it believes that you use http.

My Question: can this check be turned off? The reverse proxy handles the encryption, so there's clearly no risk. The Kerio Mailserver is not directly exposed to the Internet.
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andersonl

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I'm really interested in this too. Since Kerio can't handle multiple domain certificates, our users are complaining about all the untrusted certificate messages they get whenever they try to change a password. I looked through the .cfg file, but couldn't find anything there.
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Mister-Magoo

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I've the same problem... Is it a solution ?
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GoldenHunter

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Reverse Proxy using SSL maybe? I know thats not an ideal solution since you use two SSL connections (one to the proxy and one from the proxy to the mailserver) but it works and it is rather easy to implant and a lot cheaper than a second ip address.
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