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bartgabriels

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Hello,

I'm new to using Kerio and i'm impressed about the features he offers to me.

One thing i haven't found out (i don't even know if it's possible).

We are running the mailserver on the intranet (can't be accessed form outside), seperate machine from our HTTP(S) server (can be accessed from outside).

But we want to make it possible for our employees to use the webmail function at home. Is it possible to change the webmail function from our mailserver to our http server.

Another question, not really related to this question: Is it possible to mark the messages as **SPAM** but not put it in the Junk Mail Folder.
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bartgabriels

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Oops, i didn't see the sticky about IIS ...
So i think that problem is solved (i think, didn't test it out yet)

But the junk mail folder problem is still there
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peterj

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Hav your users login to their mailbox via KOC or webmail and disable the sieve rule created to move mail to the junk folder.

HTH
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bartgabriels wrote on Fri, 21 October 2005 09:35


But we want to make it possible for our employees to use the webmail function at home. Is it possible to change the webmail function from our mailserver to our http server?



No. The mailserver contains the https service. The service resides exactly on the same machine, it's inseparable part of the mailserver.

But you should be able to configure your firewall to enable (only) https communication between internal KMS machine and an external user. You might find NAT/PAT technique useful.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NAT
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_address_translation
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maxivad

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peterj wrote on Fri, 21 October 2005 19:04

Hav your users login to their mailbox via KOC or webmail and disable the sieve rule created to move mail to the junk folder.


Thanks, I actually found this helpful as I had missed it too.

And so on another side note, can an administrator have access to a lot of these 'private' settings?

I would like all users to start out with the same experience but still allow them to modify to their hearts content. I've created a template, but it doesn't allow you to set message numbers to view per page, look and feel, or right/bottom preview pane.

Or more importantly (as I'm sure someone other there would want this) NOT allowing a user to change these settings.
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