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(Installed Version: 5.0.7 )

Problem with Gmail pop.

I’m trying to download gmail using pop client but I’m having probs.

I’ve opened following ports (in Kerio FW):
TCP : '465' 'for Outgoing mail (SMTP) for gmail "

TPC: 995 for “POP” // But what do I do for SSL.

Is there anything more to do?

All other config in email client is perfect. I only need to make changes in KFW.

Someone help me !!! !!!


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I can't either get smtp ssl over port 465 to work. I've opened 465 in the Traffic Policy but that is not enough.

Did you ever solve this? Can you tell me how?

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This works :

Name : gmail > Source : your internal Network range > Destination : any //(or gmail's IP) > Service : TCP (995,465) > Action : Permit >Log : (//if you want to trouble shoot) > Translation: Nat (Default Out Going)

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