i'm Nabil network and communication engineer, from two years till yesterday i was using ISA as firewall, but i hearing about kerio and how is this program is simple ..so i replace ISA with it and i see that how it is easy to use
but i have to problem :
some users here have permission to access yahoo and msn messanger and some sites without permission to access the hotmail or yahoo pages from thier browsers , and i can't open messangers without give them permissions to access those sites of msn , hotmail or yahoo ..
so is thier any method to open only messanger without sites + open some sites they have permission to open only..
i have e-mail at gmail and i need to open to port for pop3 and smtp with give permission to access internet meaning only sending and receiving mails from/to outlook express and for more details
smtp = smtp.gmail.com
and thanks for any help
I am also new but i have found that mail thru port 995 is possible by allowing the protocol "pop3S" for secure pop3 mail.
We use another port for SMTP also but adding SMTPs did not help so i just added the port manually.
for your first quiry MSN
create rule to allow traffic goin to 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 ( these are MSN servers )
it depends from area to area but you can get it by DOS netstate command
block all other traffic for HTTP and place it on the top
i hope it will help you
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