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tczubkowski

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I have KC 7.4.3 installed on Mac OS X 10.8.2 + Server 2.1.1. On Mac Server I have company http server working on 80 port. Problem is that mac OSX use port 443 for own purposes and I can't change this port. This is the reason I'cant run KC https on port 443. I can't unload all apache server, because I use it for company www service on port 80. I would like to disable only 443 port using by apache server to run Kerio https instead. How can I do this? Thanks for help.

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tonyswu

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Your ideal solution would be to separate the mail server from web server. If you can'd to that, you'll have to modify the httpd.conf file and change Apache's https port from 443 to something else, like 8443.
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Tony, thanks for reply, but apple write, that default sites working on port 80 and 443 are for internal communication. This is the reason I didn't change system files manually. I heard about magical way to add mail.yoursever.com site in server.app working on port 443 to stop running default https service. This solution doesn't work for me. Is there anybody, who add this site and stop default https service?
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tonyswu

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Hi,

If you couldn't change the port 443 on Apache, then I would recommend you to separate mail server and web server. Or you could change the https port on Kerio.
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