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    drdre is offline Elite Member
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    hi guys,

    Is there a way to force all http access to https to check mail in a browse and leave the non ssl access for the desktop client ?

    i know it sounds confusing... but is it possible ?

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    My server is setup with a LAN and WAN card. I simply block port 80 on the WAN side. This is the only way I know how to do it.

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    my server is connected to the LAN and all web queries are forwarded from the firewall.. maybe i can simple tell the firewall only to forward https request to the server.

    hrm..

    the zimbra box doesnt seem to be setup to handle a https request to log in to email.. only https to log into admin..

    i am open to ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drdre View Post
    the zimbra box doesnt seem to be setup to handle a https request to log in to email.. only https to log into admin..
    Why not setting it up to answer to https only (or both http and https) ?

    Quote Originally Posted by drdre View Post
    i am open to ideas.
    Read the doc, search the wiki, search the forum.
    zmtlsctl is what you're looking for.

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