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Ganam

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hi ,

I would like to install kerio connect : Mail Server on a terminal server.

it's a VM on Ubuntu but now the Kerio connect server is installed and started, how i can configure it ?

Can you share me the commands to do the configuration and give me the advices to do it well Smile

in theory, i should be able to access to my server by a http adress isn't it ?

thank you for your answers

Best regards

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Ganam

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but i'm using "putty" to connect to a distant VM server.

i have no computer with web browser but only my command line with putty to install the server.

i have no machine on this lan to have a graphic interface.

how i can do to paramater kerio connect without the web interface ?
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How do you plan to access Kerio Connect client or product administration?
If you are using Putty, then you need to map TCP port to server port 4040: http://www.akadia.com/services/ssh_putty.html
And then open it on your computer (eg. map 127.0.0.1:4040 to server:4040).

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