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topher1078

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Trying to diagnose some weird iPhone push and calendar issues and am starting from the top to make sure my overall configuration is correct.

Right now I'm running Kerio on a Mac 10.5 Server box. That machine is also running the built in Apache server.

I have one external IP, and have pretty much all ports forwarded to the Mac server. Because when I originally started Kerio, ports 389 and 80 were in use by the Mac server, so those services in Kerio did not start automatically. I changed the ports to 390 for LDAP and 447 for HTTP (just picking random ports basically) in Kerio and forwarded those ports through the firewall just like all the others.

For a single machine setup with the one box running Open Directory, Kerio and Apache, is that the proper way to set things up? Most everything is working just fine, but I just wanted to verify that this is how I should have done things. Thanks.

[Updated on: Fri, 21 August 2009 21:33]

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