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snow

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Hello. Is there a way to make WebMail only access for anyone accessing it from off of our internal network.
Our network consists of several sites but only one mail server at the WAN/LAN. Most users use pop3 for their email clients (outlook)but I want to try and get them to use webmail when offsite.
Is there a way?

Thanks
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winkelman

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AFAIK no. You cannot specify IP ranges for which webmail is or is not valid.
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snow

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Thanks for the reply. Is there not a way to have local users only be able to access pop3?
and when not on the local range, then access webmail?
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winkelman

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KMS only allows you to completely turn services on or off and not 'on only for this IP range' or something of the sort.

So the only way to get what you want would be to place something like a firewall in between KMS and the LAN and Internet and configure the firewall to your liking. But this is of course not realistic, so I guess you're out of luck.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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winkelman wrote on Mon, 19 December 2005 17:19

KMS only allows you to completely turn services on or off and not 'on only for this IP range' or something of the sort.

So the only way to get what you want would be to place something like a firewall in between KMS and the LAN and Internet and configure the firewall to your liking. But this is of course not realistic, so I guess you're out of luck.


Actually, you are wrong. You can limit selected service to certain IP addresses only. See http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch07s01.html :
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Allow access only from...

Allows access to a selected service to be limited to certain IP addresses only (defined in the selected group). The IP address group can be defined in the Configuration/Definitions/IP Address Groups section or directly in this dialog window by pressing the Edit button.
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winkelman

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Mr. Dobry, you're so right!

I guess a case of RTFM for both the TS and myself %-)
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snow

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Actually, that was easy. I guess I should have looked closer at the services running.
Thanks for the help
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jeffleeismyhero

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You could also allow/disallow with a firewall if Kerio did not allow you to do it.
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