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jeffleeismyhero

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Has anyone used Kerio and postfix on the same machine (different ip addresses)? I want to use Kerio for my office mail but not for hosting accounts.
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On my (unsupported) Debian installation I have Postfix configured to accept local mail, which I just have forwarded to my KMS installation.

Postfix is set to only listen on 127.0.0.1 and KMS is set to listen on my external IP address.

In theory you should be able to set Postfix to listen on one IP address, and have the KMS services listen on another.

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cohcon

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Yeah, I'm doing this on a CentOS box. Postfix is on different address listening for different domains from kerio.

You can either set this manually, with webmin - www.webmin.com, or something like vmailadmin - www.vmailadmin.org

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jeffleeismyhero

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I am using cPanel. I looked it up and apparently it uses Exim for SMTP and imap? for IMAP and pop? for POP3. I would like to use whatever was built in.

To get this straight, the best thing to do would be to have each listen on different ports or to have one external and one internal? I don't want to lose any KMS functionality.
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cohcon

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Never used cPanel, so I can't really say.

You can telnet to each ip and port for each service and see what answers, though you may want to do this on the same system to make sure that a firewall isn't blocking you from the port while testing.

I have kerio listening on both external and internal ips. If you check the properties in the admin console, you will see that kerio can listen on specific ips or all ips. To do what your wanting, you would change this to the specific ips that you want.

I have postfix listening externally on a different ip and domain and forwarding certain mail to kerio similar to Kevin in this thread.



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