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KevinAtAPC

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Is there a way to have POP3 or ETRN download (on the mailserver) only trigger when the client accesses their email account? That or to leave a copy of the message on the POP3 server for x days.

Currently, we're using Kerio for groupware for internal dept but all external email goes thru another mailserver. We don't want to open the Kerio server to the internet but some users will want remote access, which they have with the other mailserver.

Anyone have any suggestions?
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peterj

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no, on both counts
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desquinn

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you could reverse proxy the webmail of KMS from an external/border webserver.....

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KevinAtAPC

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Thanks, a limited externally accessible mailserver may be doable in the very distant future, it's impractical for us at the moment. I'll have to figure out another way around this I guess.
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desquinn

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put a linux box on the border with squirrelmail on it and point it at KMS and tht you. If you already have a webserver at the border then it should be able to configure it to reverse proxy the connections to KMS webmail, or if you have a firewall with port forwarding then forward a high port to the KMS SSL port.


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