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mrbrown2011

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I actually access my webmail in my local network ( Writing my local ip and the port assigned for http) so how can I check my mail outside my ethernet?
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gjanssen

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Ask your hostingprovider for a subdomain like this: webmail.domain.com
Create a route in your firewall to redirect https-requests on that subdomain to your Kerio mailserver.

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blackbox

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Perhaps I'm reading too deep into the question. You're asking how to access webmail from outside the LAN, preferably via IP instead of a FQDN?

If that's the case, assuming the HTTPS service in enabled within Kerio, and assuming public and private IP NAT is correctly configured, adding a rule in your firewall to allow HTTPS (default: port 443) traffic should grant you the ability to connect to webmail from outside the LAN via the email server's public IP.
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mrbrown2011

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All right, sorry I´m late to answer, but found the solution. I´m opened the port in my firewall and now can access my webmail from everywhere. Thank's everybody for help!
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blackbox

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After reading some of your other posts it looks like you're dealing with a dynamic public IP. If this is still the case, and you're unable to obtain a static IP, your best bet would be to participate in a dynamic DNS update service, combined with the other above advice.
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Ah, good to hear.
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