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Pusha

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Hi,

I try to use Kerio Winroute Proxy 6.0.1.

Internet traffic is ok.
I have a problem with POP3.

My mail client connect to POP3 server, but it doesn't get any emails until timeout. I use VPN channel.

May be I forget any traffic rule..

Regards,
Vad

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Regards,
Vad
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feite

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Create a rule for pop3 traffic only and disable the protocol inspector for that rule
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Tried that - nothing helps. I use KWF and KMS on the same machine. I can send mails through KMS SMTP server but can't get any through its POP server. What else should I do? Also - a problem described in other topics: can't browse to HTTPS sites from a PC in the internal LAN, but browsing this site from the server is ok. Any clue?
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HTTPS - create a rule:

name: HTTP/HTTPS LAN
source: LAN
dest: internet
service: HTTP HTTPS
action: allow
translation: NAT default outgoing interface

If you want tot uses POP3 from LAN to the server create a rule like this:

name: POP3 LAN
source: LAN
destination: firewall
service: POP3
action: allow

If you want tot uses POP3 from internet to the server create a rule like this:

name: POP3 service
source: internet
destination: firewall
service: POP3
action: allow
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