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Good morning again,

I have a question as far as a client program like outlook concern.
my address of kerio mail server on the internet has a form e.g:

With this address can log in into webmail (kerio) from an outside of the company pc.

I dont have a static ip , so can i use something like that (e.g. in outlook for pop3 and smtp ?

thank you in advance

[Updated on: Tue, 15 March 2011 08:25]


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POP3 is using tcp 110
SMTP is using tcp 25

You've to forward port form your router

Ext. port 25 > Int. port 25 IP : mail local ip
Ext. port 110 > Int. port 110 IP : mail local ip

And when you setting in outlook use this

outgoing :
incoming :

And if you want to use Outlook Connector

Pls do the same way for port 80 and 443

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perfect ..thank you

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If you open port 25 for internet access make sure that you set Kerio NOT as open relay and enable the auth for sending e-mails.
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