I´m using the new Kerio Control 8.0.0 build 551 (Hyper-V) and I have a rule to block by Webfilter, Web Mail and other things, its enabled to block SSL connections too, because I need to block GMAIL.
Below a image of my rules:
The rule is DENY, but in the Filter Log what show is DROP and GMAIL still working, what is more weird is that for other things its blocking correct, like Facebook even in SSL.
[25/Mar/2013 09:15:43] DROP URL 'Web Filter - Bloqueio' HTTPS CONNECT gmail.com
[25/Mar/2013 09:15:43] DROP URL 'Web Filter - Bloqueio' HTTPS CONNECT accounts.youtube.com
[25/Mar/2013 09:15:49] DROP URL 'Web Filter - Bloqueio' HTTPS CONNECT accounts.youtube.com
[25/Mar/2013 09:38:48] DROP URL 'Web Filter - Bloqueio' HTTPS CONNECT www.facebook.com
[25/Mar/2013 09:38:49] DROP URL 'Web Filter - Bloqueio' HTTPS CONNECT www.facebook.com
What I´m doing wrong?
Ok, I discover myself what was the problem.
There is a default rule in HTTP Policy "Allow popular search engines" and Google is there, so you block GMAIL but one rule above allow google.com.
I just disabled google.com in URL Groups | Search engines and put some google with wildcards (*.google.??/*, google.??, *.google.co*.??/*, google.com.??).
Now Gmail is blocked but google.com and other services from Google are not.
ps.: sorry about the bad english
[Updated on: Mon, 25 March 2013 19:16]
Curitiba - PR - Brasil
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