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HarmVeenstra

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When I connect to my mailserver (kerio mailserver 5.7.5) at home from work via http on port 80, I can login and see my mail. But within seconds I get kicked backed to the loginscreen with a warning that my session is lost. When I log back in, I sometimes can see my mail or my session is lost again.

The problem is problably the firewall/proxy they use at work, but other webbased programs that I use don't have this problem. For instance, Remotelyanywhere uses http port tunneling and because it is doing this I can use it without a problem when I am at the office.

Does Kerio have a similair option or does it support a connection from multiple IP adresses, a sort of firewall/proxy support?
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have you found a solution to this problem?

Im seeing the same thing, At first I thought it was a dial up issue, but its happening on a dsl line as well.

interesting enough, its timing out in aol (which connects me via dial up) but not in IE using the same dial up connection. I cant see any browser setting that would cause this though. I will try to adjust the web session timeout as recommened in a different post and will post my results

[Updated on: Thu, 18 March 2004 08:20]

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have you found a solution to this problem?

Im seeing the same thing, At first I thought it was a dial up issue, but its happening on a dsl line as well.

interesting enough, its timing out in aol (which connects me via dial up) but not in IE using the same dial up connection. I can see any browser setting that would cause this though. I will try to adjust the web session timeout as recommened in a different post and will post my results

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OK, ive changed the web session timeout values (even doubled it) but same effect for AOL browser. IE, netscape, safari are all fine. Im treating this as an AOL issue for now and will talk to them.



[Updated on: Thu, 18 March 2004 21:07]

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