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it-purchasing@uaudio.com

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Hello-

Is this possible? My boss has heard somewhere that Exchange can be run through HTTPS, is it possible to do the same with KMS? Seems unlikely, but need the final word to close the issue.

Thanks everyone!
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Are you asking if our Webmail supports HTTPS? Of course it does. You can actually setup the Kerio MailServer to only accept secure connections for all protocols.

Kevin Trumbull
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it-purchasing@uaudio.com

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Thanks for the reply, actually what we are wondering is whether we can have an Outlook client tunneling through HTTPS from out of the office to the mail server inhouse.

Thanks again!
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dcsf

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are you referring to WebDAV?
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sedell

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Outlook is a mail client - it doesn't do HTTP or HTTPS. Mail works over IMAP, POP3, and SMTP.

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sonofcolin

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Quote:

Outlook is a mail client - it doesn't do HTTP or HTTPS. Mail works over IMAP, POP3, and SMTP


Entourage is a mail client and it does http/https. That's how we have it setup.

[Updated on: Thu, 24 August 2006 21:06]

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sedell

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To retrieve mail? How does that work? KMS HTTP modules only work for the web site.

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sonofcolin

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Yes, to retrieve mail. KMS HTTP does not just work for webmail. Maybe a trip to the dark side (OS X) would be enlightening ;)
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sedell

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Heck no. Linux, no problem, but I won't go near a Mac.

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sonofcolin

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Yes, Macs and Linux are so different 8)
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sedell

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That's the point. I don't see why I'd want to pay 2x what you'd pay for a Windows PC for a Mac, when you can have a Linux system for pennies... and have more software and hardware options available at the same time.


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sonofcolin

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I can run windows, Linux and Mac OS X on my laptop (all at native speed). Hardly stuck for software!

[Updated on: Thu, 24 August 2006 21:22]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Actually, I think 'it-purchasing<_at_>uaudio.com' is referring to 'RPC over HTTP' protocol used by Outlook and Exchange. This is a proprietary, undocumented protocol which is working only with Exchange. Outlook with KOC works over IMAP and SMTP (plus HTTP for automatic KOC updates). All can be used in secured mode.
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sedell

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I'm not getting into a Mac/Anti-Mac flame war. Just saying I won't spend that much money for something that's basically a Linux distro. Windows PCs are cheap compared to them.

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Never knew we were getting into a war. Just thought I'd point out that for $999 you can pick up a tri-booting laptop made with the same components as any other PC laptop. There is no difference between Mac and PC hardware anymore.
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