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Hi there, thanks for reading this
i am new to kerio, and i use Kerio 6.4.2 build 3672
i have some problem, my kerio doesn't seems to permit smtp using SSL/TLS security from client, but using web browser works fine.
my configuration looks like this

ADSL modem IP :

NIC1 (Internet) Settings
IP :
Netmask :
Gateway :

NIC2 (LAN) Settings
IP :
Netmask :
Gateway : -
DNS : -

Client Server NIC :
IP :
Netmask :
Gateway :
DNS : -

Can someone tell me how to set the traffic route so that the SMTP with SSL work on it? ( port 465)
i have read some hints at here but the result still same.
and do we have to reboot the computer after setting the traffic route?
thanks for the answer

[Updated on: Thu, 29 July 2010 12:57]


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First you have to put NIC1 to Internet interface, NIC2 to Local interface
Then just add a new rule to trafic policy
Source: Local
Destination: Internet
Service or port SMTPS(465)

The rule will be implemented immediately as you pressed confirmation button
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