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OSXFreak

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I'm fairly new to the Kerio connect software. I have a fellow worker that has worked with it and is using it in his domain. But we are running in to issues.

The main issue is that It appears like I can only use the WEB MAIL interface for sending emails. I can not set up outlook as it gives errors on the SMTP and POP# side. I also can not receive emails via the Web Mail site.

I'm not sure, but when I try to do a telnet to my mail server I get could not open connection to the host on port 25 connect failed

same goes for 110, 465, 587, and so on.. They are ALL running but it FAILS Sad

I'm not sure what is needed to help me with the settings but feel free to let me know. I'm assuming Domain is probably helpful so it is mail.idn-esales.com if I do a MX Toolbox on idn-esales.com it comes back properly pointing to my server. but alas NADA. nothing.

I had thought it was the firewall preventing it, so I opened ports up and still nada.

Any ideas are appreciated.
OH and running Kerio connect 7.0.2 patch 1
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freakinvibe

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I have telnetted to your mail server on port 25 and it greets me with

220 ******


This is not the KC greeting. It looks like your firewall has it's own SMTP engine. You must configure it so it forwards the mails to your KC server.

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OSXFreak

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OK I think I'm good to go now on this one.. Smile
I can connect and can send and receive from outlook..

Thanks

Chip
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freakinvibe wrote on Wed, 22 September 2010 18:04
It looks like your firewall has it's own SMTP engine. You must configure it so it forwards the mails to your KC server.


It's also very common in Cisco routers to hide the SMTP banner like this. I don't know why they think it's helpful ...
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