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younker

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I purchased a new Mac Mini server and used Migration Assistant to copy my files. I went from running OS X server 10.6.x to 10.11.x El Cap. I then upgraded to the latest version of Connect for OS X. Everything seemed to be fine within the Kerio Admin control panel, but when I go to my mail server address I get the OS X Server welcome page. Not sure why this is happening. Any assistance is appreciated.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You need to disable all HTTP and HTTPS services on your OS X server if you want to use same TCP ports in Kerio Connect.
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Think Fixed

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Migration assistant is not a good idea for Mac servers, and moving up from 10.6 all the way to 10.11 has resulted in major issues for my customers who have done it. I have found that if you're going to run Kerio Connect from a Mac, it's best to setup the server to run Kerio Connect and nothing else. You can make it an Open Directory server, but I don't recommend having the server also do file sharing, or any other function. You should have a separate server for file sharing.

Howie Isaacks
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