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Corleone

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Hello!
I have a problem with Winroute firewall 6.0.1.
I use Outlook 2003 on the firewall (not on some station behind the firewall) and I can't convice outlook to go to the mail server (POP3).
I mention that a tried to open port 110 and 25 in and out, but no result.
Thanks in advace for any idea.
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LordGraj

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do you activate NAT Outgoing????
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luiz

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So first upgrade your version to 6.0.5

If dont work, try with the KWF stopped.

case with the KWF stopped you can download your messages, so its some problems with KWF

So do this rule: source: Firewall, destination and service: Any, action: Permit


else its problem with your ISP.
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v_budiono

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i got the same problem with you when first install KWF 6.0.6
i've solve the problem. add UDP Protocol to your POP & SMTP Services on Kerio. Twisted Evil
i've do it and now i can send/receive email from POP/SMTP Laughing
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