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Have a question. Customer has a mail server at mail.fenfi.net Somehow OpenDNS marked the site as a "phising" site so now some users that are out of the office trying to access mail.fenfi.net (and using OpenDNS) cannot. I don't even see how they would be marked as phising...or else everyone who has webmail could be marked as phising Kerio. Anyone dealt with this before?

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You'll probably have to contact OpenDNS and have them unmark your client's mail server as phishing site.

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It could be that your mail server got compromised and a phishing site has been installed on a sub-site. I would definitely monitor web traffic to the Kerio server and run an AV scan.

It could also be a false alarm, of course. Only OpenDNS can tell you.

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