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benjalamelami

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The idea is avoid the Mail Server to listen on the Public Interface on port 80 and 443.

Put the Apache to listen on those ports and redirect them as needed to the servers requested.

Can the mailserver work behind such a scheme?
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benjalamelami

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Anyone? Is there someone around here?
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freakinvibe

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Yes, you can do that. In the web admin console, under Services, you can change the HTTP service from 80 to 81, for example. And then you can setup a redirection page on Apache.

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brudy

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I'm running Kerio with an Apache reverse proxy in front of it for a long time. No problems so far. The only limit of this configuration is IMAP and or POP3 if you want to use Apple Mail.
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benjalamelami

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Thank you. Any suggestions I might have? Are you using a secure http for that matter??

If you could post the code, I'll be very happy and grateful from your help
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benjalamelami

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As on my side, id like to suggest if you can, forward the IMAP and POP3 ports to the Kerio Connect.
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