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Sorry for the stupid question, but setting up a mail server is very new to me. I'm trying out Kerio Mailserver for a client and got it all installed and working perfectly. However, I have a question about the WebMail. They currently run IIS on their Win2003 server for their web site. So, all the Kerio services are running except HTTP because IIS is using port 80. Therefore, I switch the HTTP service in Kerio to use port 81 hoping that would fix it. PHP is installed too.

When I type in http://mail.domainname.com (their domain name) or https://mail.domainname.com, I get their web site home page popping up. I can't seem to get the web mail to open. It DOES open up to the login screen if I type http://localhost:81. So, this at least tells me it's working, but I'd like to get there without using "localhost" (i.e. use mail.domainname.com) so they can access it from anywhere.

What do I need to do? Their firewall is okay as the router is forwarding port 25 and 110 to the server IP address. Do I need to do something with port 443 (using for HTTPS)? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Frank

[Updated on: Fri, 08 September 2006 09:52]

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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Since it's running on port 81, you have to use http://mail.domainname.com:81 as address for webmail, and configure port mapping rule for port 81 on firewall.

If you want to run IIS and KMS both on default port 80, follow this link http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&goto=27350&s rch=IIS+HTTP#msg_27350 for steps how to achive it.

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