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NorthernAlberta

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Hello,
Has any one had any luck getting Connect to run behind a Apache reverse proxy?

I've done some research and found discussions like this
http://www.helicontech.com/forum/16349-Reverse_Proxy_to_Keri o_Webmail.html
and this
http://forums.kerio.com/m/85096/?srch=reverse+proxy#msg_8509 6

But no one seems to be having much luck.

I can get to the logon screen with the following code, but it errors out as soon as I submit my username and password.

<Location /mail/>
proxypass http://192.168.1.99/
proxypassReverse http://192.168.1.99/
</Location>


The problem seems to be that Connect assumes it has the whole directory structure to itself and keeps climbing out of the redirection scope.

I'd like to clean up my address space. Right now the only way I can get people to my webmail is by giving them the address of a php redirection script that forwards them to Connect running on a non-standard port.

Thanks.
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honzakuchar

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Try this configuration in attachement.

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