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samron

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Hi, i'm a new user of Kerio Connect and is the firt time I use a program like this.
I'm want to use Kerio in a small office network with 4 PCs, where in a single PC to install Kerio Connect.
See figure 1 - image:
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http: //www. virtuareception.com /img1.jpg


Until now,
- I' ve made the network works (every pc does ping to each other pcs and can see under Windows xp)
- I've installed Kerio Connect on pc4 (which has become the server)
- I managed to create a user from the admin interface
- I can send emails from user interface


Here are my problems and why I require your assistance:

1) from other computers cannot login to the Kerio webmail (i'm writing on pc3's browser: http :// 192.168.1.34:4040 /webmail/)

2) I cannot download the email (when I log in as user)
I think i've to set the smtp server, but how?
Note that from pc4 (whic is the Server)i can access the user webmail.

Current configuration - image:
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http: // www.virtuareception. com/img2.jpg

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http: //www.virtuareception. com/img3.jpg


thanks to all for the help
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zebby

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To login to webmail you shouldn't specify a port - get rid of the :4040 this is only to access webadmin (assuming you haven't changed the ports Kerio is listening on)
From your image it looks like you've set up POP to collect mail from another server and deliver it to your test user? Is this so?
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samron

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To login to webmail you shouldn't specify a port - get rid of the :4040 this is only to access webadmin (assuming you haven't changed the ports Kerio is listening on)
Yes, indeed. I try to connect from the other pcs without the port number, i just type http :// 192.168.1.34/webmail/ but cannot access the page
Note that from pc4 (whic is the local Server) I can access the user webmail.

From your image it looks like you've set up POP to collect mail from another server and deliver it to your test user? Is this so?
Yes again. But i cannot download the emails

Because my english is not very good i made 2 images to explain what i'm trying to achive:

CASE 1:
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http ://www. virtuareception. com/scenario_1eng.jpg


CASE 2:
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http ://www. virtuareception. com/scenario_2eng.jpg

Is is possibile, or there are different possibilities?
Thanks, bye

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tonyswu

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1. Have you turned off Windows' built-in firewall or at least allowed port 80 and 443 on firewall rules on the server PC (pc 4, I guess)?

2. Case 1 is pointless, and I think impossible. You'd want to go with case 2. You'd configure RPOP on Kerio to download emails from the domain server, and setup the RPOP to forward the email to each individual user. You'll need one of those RPOP rule for each user.
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samron

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1)Yes, I had turned off the firewall. Anyway tomorrow i'll post the screen maybe i have made some mistake.

2)Ok, thank you.
But i don't know what you mean with RPOP. I thought to configure Kerio' POP3 setup to download mail

bye
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zebby

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So you have two separate issues both involving a lack of connectivity?
1. Your local machines cannot connect to the Kerio server webmail but you can ping them?
2. Your Kerio server cannot collect mail from your external server?

What happens when you try a telnet session on port 80 to the Kerio server from another internal machine?
What happens when you try a telnet session on port 110 from your Kerio server to your external mail server?
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