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greg_m

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I recently spent several hours trying to migrate our mail server to new hardware over the weekend only to find our firewall provider had not configured the firewall correctly. I had to roll back and will have to waste another few hours on another weekend. Lesson learned: always double chack someone elses work.

So, given I'm not happy working in Terminal, are there any testing apps or services out there that any of you have used to check a Kerio server is working and that the firewall is configured on all required ports? I'd need SMTP, IMAP POP and WebDAV tested.

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TorW

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You can use PC Flank's advanced port scanner. Start the test, select TCP connect scanning (standard), select "Scan desired ports" and enter 25,80,110,143,443,587,993,995 in the text box. The results come back after a couple of seconds.

25: SMTP
80: HTTP (and WebDAV)
110: POP3
143: IMAP
443: HTTPS (and WebDAV)
587: SMTP Submission
993: IMAP SSL
995: POP3 SSL

[Updated on: Fri, 18 November 2011 19:16]

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greg_m

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I ran this scanner and got the attached results. What is this telling me? The ISP has made some changes to the firewall rules since I tried to migrate the server, so I need to test this.
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TorW

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Can't see any attached results.
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greg_m

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Apologies, the file was too big. I'll try again.

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The results mean:
80 stealthed: HTTP port is not open
110 stealthed: POP3 port is not open
995 stealthed: POP3 SSL port is not open

SMTP, HTTPS and IMAP SSL ports are open, i.e. the relevant services on your server is responding. It seems you didn't test port 143 (IMAP) at all, and port 587 is also missing from the test.
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