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peegee68

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Hi,

Just started using Kerio Connect on Essentials 2012. Since the "Remote Web Access" site published by IIS still holds some use for me, and runs on HTTPS port 443, it's causing a conflict with Kerio HTTPS port access.

I can get around webmail problem by specifying a different HTTPS port in the URL and forwarding that port through the firewall. The sticking point is using Activesync on my iPhone - that seems to only want port 443. Since IIS is picking up this port I can't get Activesync working.

Any suggestions welcome.
Thanks
Paul.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Port conflict an be solved also by assigning two IP addresses to a local interface and then telling each product to listen only on one IP address.
Search the forum, there are several posts about this.
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peegee68

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Thanks, but your assumption that I did not search the forum before posting is wrong. I just must have missed the correct search criteria.

So since there's been SEVERAL posts about this, none of which my searching found, why don't you make a knowledge base article on the issue. Then you won't have to waste your time constructing replies with incorrect assumptions and statements that some customers might find terse.

You're welcome.
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peegee68

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Thanks, and you have even given me a relevant link to an existing KB article. That's all I was looking for (after spending some time searching your site and Google prior to posting). Looks like I am Mr "incorrent assumption" now?

This should be most helpful for the inept searchers (like myself) still to come...

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