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rljb1804

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After installing the kerio mail server, I can reach it from the local machine, (http://localhost/) but not from any other machine on the network. HTTP services are running and when I try the same machine with apache, it is reachable from all other PC's .....

Any ideas here as well ?

With the most kind regards,

Ronald.
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freakinvibe

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http normally connects via port 80. If you have Apache on the same machine, you should run it on a different port otherwise you get a conflict.

Regards, Pascal

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rljb1804

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I know. ... don't get me wrong. I'm not a complete newbie here
I just ran apache after stopping the http service from kerio.
It was a test.
It also didn't work on port 80 before installing apache.
On the other hand, apache does work on port 80 and is reachable from all pc's on my network AND from the internet as well. Kerio just isn't ..... ;-)

Hope you can help me a little further .....

Greetz,

Ronald.
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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Does HTTPS work? Also try adding an alternate port, such as 8080 or 8081 to the HTTP protocol, then try using x.x.x.x:8080 or 8081.

Kevin Trumbull
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rljb1804

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been there, done that! no go. tried everything 8080, 8081, 81, 90 etc.
Any other suggestions?
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freakinvibe

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Did you check out the following thread? Talks about IIS but also Apache:

http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&th=6489

Regards, Pascal

Dexion AG - The Blackberry Specialists in Switzerland
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Lyle M

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Do you have multiple IP addresses/Ethernet cards in the server?
In the admin console you can assign Kerio services to specific IP addresses.

From another angle (if you haven't already), with only Kerio running, try doing a port scan of the server to see if any of the ports are open to your local clients.

What OS are you running on your server?

Good luck,
Lyle
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rljb1804

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Thanks for the info. I've only got one card in the server.
I'll try to do a port scan. Great idea, haven't done that :-(

The OS is Windows XP pro

Keep you informed,

With the most kindest regards,

Ronald
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