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gokufast

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hi i try many things to configure kerio mailserver in a virtual machine for use in the LAN of my office.

i dont have an static IP, y can view the e-mails via webmail.

hope any one can help me.

thanks
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auara

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I don't understand your problem.

Can you explain More precisely.
Smile
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gokufast

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ok i want to configure kerio for send and receive emails from the account from my webpage.
i configure my out look in my pc (my pc has an direct conect to the internet) with this info.
in: mail.cooperativasanandres.com IMAP: port 143, POP: port 110
out: mail.cooperativasanandres.com (servidor requiere autenticación) port 26
supported Protocols: POP3, POP3S (SSL/TLS), IMAP, IMAPS (SSL/TLS), SMTP, SMTPS (SSL/TLS)

and it works fine, now i want to configure the out look in LAN, this LAN conects to the internet by a proxy.
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auara

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1. Fisrt of all, Make sure that Kerio Connect VM connect to the internet.
2. Create an account in Kerio Connect.
3. Login to webmail via http://IP Address of VM
4. You can send e-mail via webmail.
5. Please know that you can't get any email via Dynamic IP (or have to setup ddns)
6. Please note that Dynamic IP is easy to deteced as a spam or blacklist.
7. You can either use MS Outlook to send email too. (SMTP : IP Address VM)

PS. Enjoy your Kerio Connect. Cool
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gokufast

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1. Fisrt of all, Make sure that Kerio Connect VM connect to the internet.
Done
2. Create an account in Kerio Connect.
Done
3. Login to webmail via htt://IP Address of VM
Done
4. You can send e-mail via webmail.
i'm still trying
5. Please know that you can't get any email via Dynamic IP (or have to setup ddns)
so is necesary my ip has to be static for use Kerio, right?
6. Please note that Dynamic IP is easy to deteced as a spam or blacklist.
ok, thanks for the info
7. You can either use MS Outlook to send email too. (SMTP : IP Address VM)
i try this but the send issue is not a problem, the problem is receive the emails, because i can tell the boss "use outlook to send emails, but if you want to receive mails use the webmail" Outlook must do those 2 things.
thanks

[Updated on: Mon, 14 March 2011 22:30]

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auara

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gokufast wrote on Mon, 14 March 2011 22:15
1. Fisrt of all, Make sure that Kerio Connect VM connect to the internet.
Done
2. Create an account in Kerio Connect.
Done
3. Login to webmail via htt://IP Address of VM
Done
4. You can send e-mail via webmail.
i'm still trying
5. Please know that you can't get any email via Dynamic IP (or have to setup ddns)
so is necesary my ip has to be static for use Kerio, right?
6. Please note that Dynamic IP is easy to deteced as a spam or blacklist.
ok, thanks for the info
7. You can either use MS Outlook to send email too. (SMTP : IP Address VM)
i try this but the send issue is not a problem, the problem is receive the emails, because i can tell the boss "use outlook to send emails, but if you want to receive mails use the webmail" Outlook must do those 2 things.
thanks


As I told you from 5. You must have static IP Address.

Then you need DNS Server to setup your mx record to receive an email to this server. Smile
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gokufast

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ok, i will search how to configure a DNS server first, thanks
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