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MrBuzz

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Hi,

I'm running a Linux server (Cent OS 5.3) and tried to install the demo of Kerio Mailserver 6.7.

The Linux system has a mailserver running and apache set up and I want to keep these services but I don't want Kerio to run on different ports. So I set up another IP to be able to run Kerio Mailserver on the standard ports. The second IP works and it is also possible to start the Kerio services from the Administration Console, but I can't reach the Mailserver on any port (web-mail, smtp and so on - neither local nor from outside).

I don't know what to do - I checked ip-tables, but there are no problems; the second IP is working, ...

Has anyone tried to set up Kerio Mailserver on a system with multiple IPs and had the same problem? Or someone with an idea what might have gone wrong?

Thanks!
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BudDurland

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I've done it on Windows instead of *nix, but the theory may still hold. The existing mail and web servies in your box may be configured to bind to all available IP addresses.

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MrBuzz

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Good idea but that's not the problem. I configured the services from linux and they are all bound to one IP (otherwise I wouldn't be able to start the Kerio services)!
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gbrown100

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Did you unload all FW services and see if you can connect, will a ping work? DId you also check for a typo in the subnet mask in the adapter properties?
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