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I have 3 domains running on my server. I need to know if there is anyway to get webmail users who type in mail.mydomain.com to forward or whatever to https://mail.myotherdomain.com ? Anybody have any ideas or know how to make this work? I need to be able to limit webmail users to the https site only for my HIPPA compliancy.

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Under configuration -> Advanced Options -> Security Policy - set the drop down box to require either secure or encrypted authentication. This will affect SMTP login attempts as well.

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pbwells wrote on Wed, 19 July 2006 10:17

I have 3 domains running on my server. I need to know if there is anyway to get webmail users who type in mail.mydomain.com to forward or whatever to https://mail.myotherdomain.com ? Anybody have any ideas or know how to make this work? I need to be able to limit webmail users to the https site only for my HIPPA compliancy.

Thanks


We disable KMS's HTTP service on port 80 and run IIS on port 80. The default HTML file for this website redirects the user to port 443/HTTPS.

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