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Hi all,
I'm running KMS 6.0.7 on my server, which is also hosting web sites. Is it possible to put the webmail interface on a different host name?? ie if my domain name is domain.com, but since I'm hosting web on the same machine, port 80 was already in use hence I moved webmail to a different port, so webmail is at domain.com:5555.Can I instead move it to a different address, still on port 80, ie something like mail.domain.com or domain.com/webmail or something like that??

Thank you for any assistance,
Ryan Taylor.

[Updated on: Tue, 08 March 2005 07:36]

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Run the kerio web server on a different port, then use a virtual server on port 80 of mail.domain.com to redirect to the actual port. Alternatively (or additionally) teach your users to type https:// and use the secure server on port 443 (unless you are already using that as well, of course).

Paul
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Or you can use more IP addresses, first one with port 80 for virtual servers and second one with port 80 for KMS and webmail. KMS can be configured to listen only at one IP address.

Petr Dobry
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pwhodges wrote on Tue, 08 March 2005 14:30

Run the kerio web server on a different port, then use a virtual server on port 80 of mail.domain.com to redirect to the actual port. Alternatively (or additionally) teach your users to type https:// and use the secure server on port 443 (unless you are already using that as well, of course).

Paul

This solved the problem exactly, thank you very much for your assistance.

Ryan Taylor.
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