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Hello

I have published kerio connect with kerio control and in this rule I want to redirect all http traffic in https, How can I do this? please any suggestions.
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Please answer me I have published kerioconnect with kerio control, when I type mail.contoso.com from external network it does not work, when I type https://mail.contoso.com it works, I want to redirect http request to https on kerio control
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shoto wrote on Mon, 07 December 2015 20:04
Please answer me I have published kerioconnect with kerio control, when I type mail.contoso.com from external network it does not work, when I type https://mail.contoso.com it works, I want to redirect http request to https on kerio control


First, stop spamming this forum just to surpass forum rules. A ban may happen.

Second, this redirect cannot be done in Kerio Control. It maps HTTP or HTTPS ports, not redirecting them from one to another. Either keep only HTTPS mapped or map both ports and configure Kerio Connect to allow only secure connections. This will redirects all HTTP requests to HTTPS.

[Updated on: Mon, 07 December 2015 20:49]


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Thanks, please can you tell me how to do this?
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