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Denchik

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Anybody know how to terminate smtp pop3 http admin connections in Status->Connections using Kerio Administrative Console ?
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blueguy

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Actually, you go to Configuration > Services. There you can start/stop SMTP, POP3, Secure POP3, IMAP, Webmail, etc. and change the ports they run on.
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Denchik

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He he :) I need terminate session or connection wothout stopping and starting services :)
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RHarmsen.nl

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Try using a firewall to terminate connections
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Denchik wrote on Fri, 30 April 2004 07:33

Anybody know how to terminate smtp pop3 http admin connections in Status->Connections using Kerio Administrative Console ?


As RHarmsen said, your best bet is probably to install firewall software on your mail server, depending on what you want to do.

Keep in mind that a "connection killer" in the admin console is probably all but useless as most mail clients automatically try to reconnect after an IMAP/POP/SMTP session is broken.


If you're finding yourself having a lot of "ghost" connections and you want to clear them, this may be signs of bigger problems. If you're just wanting to block out certain folks, a firewall is your best bet. I like ZoneAlarm, and Kerio Firewall is (was?) great. I haven't used it since the 2.0 days, though.

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