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By default workspace listens on all ip interfaces and there is no gui to bind it to just one ip. So if you want to run Kerio Connect and Workspace on the same Mac this is how to do it.
After installing workspace you need to pull up terminal and sudo -s to get superuser privileges.
cd to /usr/local/kerio/workspace/tomcat/conf/
edit the server.xml file (you might want to make a backup copy in case you mess up the file)
everywhere that you find '<Connector port...' change it to '<Connector address="" port'
you do not need the single quote but you do need the double quote around your ip address
save those changes
cd to /etc/apache2/ and edit httpd.conf
search for Listen 80 and change it to Listen
save that

now you can restart your os x box or use command line to restart apache and workspace
to restart apache the command is
apachectl restart
to restart workspace it is
lauchctctl stop com.kerio.workspace.application

Now you can go back to webadmin for Connect and turn on the ports for http and https for the ip address you have your e-mail server on.

Hope this helps.
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