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Reece

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Hi, Thank you for viewing this topic. I just started my new job and im completely unfamilar with Kerio Winroute Firwall, and hope one of you experts can help me out.

I am trying to set up email-archiving within our comapny, this requires setting up journaling on the exchange server, so that emails can be picked up by symantec so they can archive them to an external site, (this part of the configuration has been completed), they also require our firewall (kerio winroute)to be configure so it allows emails to be journalled to them. They gave me an IP address which is 85.112.22.0/24 I have no idea of how to do this and would appreciate any help, just like to say thank you in advance.
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Reece

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Come on guys cant be that difficult?
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Reece wrote on Wed, 21 September 2011 10:04
They gave me an IP address which is 85.112.22.0/24 I have no idea of how to do this and would appreciate any help, just like to say thank you in advance.


they also need to tell you what should you do on your firewall (which ports to open, map to internal network etc.)

Petr Dobry
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Reece

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Hi Petr, thanks for your response, yeah port 25, but thats already open as we use message labs for email and internet filtering, doesnt ask of mapping network etc as the emails are being journalled to a user account. look forward to your reply....
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