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apsogos

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hello guys and nice finding you

I have a kerio mailserver on windows xp server machine.
I have a static name there installed e.g atlantis.co
where from my home i can remotely connect there.
atlantis.co (dyndns name) = my external ip ok..
i want a client connect to my server but when i write on the internet explorer address : htt
p://atlantis.co:8080/webmail a blank page shows up.

when i localy try with the local ip eg htp://192.168.0.19:8080/webmail everything seems to be fine.

Is there a way connecting externally to my mailserver (webmail access)? thank you very much
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TorW

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Port 8080 isn't available from the internet, only port 80. You better fix that ...
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apsogos

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i have custom change the port 80 with 8080 cause 80 was used from another application.so>? Razz
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apsogos

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Finally worked with 8080 from the internet

e.g. ht
tp://athensrv.geo.cx:8080/webmail Razz

thanx anyway!!
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