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jjenkins

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I just set up Kerio Mailserver on a remote Linux server, without any X / graphical interface. I have the Kerio Admin Console (Windows) tool for remote admin. I cannot connect to the Kerio server with it, I believe because it only accepts connections from localhost until you set it up. I cannot run any admin console on localhost. How can I edit mailserver.cfg so that I can connect from an outside IP. I cant find any info on this anywhere, here is the section in the file:

<table name="Administration">
<variable name="AdminAcl"></variable>
<variable name="NetEnabled">1</variable>
<variable name="ListenPort">44337</variable>
<variable name="WebAdminAcl"></variable>
<variable name="WebNetEnabled">1</variable>
</table>

I'd appreciate any help.

Thanks!
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nickrooster

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I am assuming you ran cfgwizard in /opt/kerio/mailserver?
Also, can you ping this machine from the windows box?
I thought the admin console was quite abstracted and did not require its use on localhost.
-Nick

[Updated on: Tue, 18 October 2005 20:47]

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