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blueguy

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Is there any way to get Apache and Kerio MailServer to get to work side by side? If not, the how do you uninstall the MailServer. Running Mac OS X 10.3
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comedia

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Apache and Kerio only share one port: both use port 80, Apache for HTTP and Kerio for webmail. I think the best way to go is to change the port for webmail to something like 8080 or 8010 (or whatever you like). You can do this in the Kerio Administration Console under the option Configuration/Services.

It's very common to use a different port for webmail. Even better: invite your users to use secure webmail through port 443. You can get an official (not self-signed) SSL certificate for just $39 a year at <http://www.freessl.com> that installs in minutes through the Kerio Administration Console.
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flbo

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Or download squirrelmail and use that as webmail client on apache.
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