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Cannot open webmail

Posted on 2013-06-14
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Hi,

We are not able to open an external webmail from inside. the setup is LAN --> Fortigate 111c --> WAN. i can see port 2095 connection established when i ran tcpview. pls refer attached screenshot of tcpview. i couldnt find any rules in firewall blocking webmail access. please help.

thanks in advance
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Does it work with FF or Chrome? If it works, try using IE's Compatibility View.
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It is not a browser issue, i tried chrome, ff and ie in vain.
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by:strivoli
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Please post the webmail URL.
Disable Kaspersky and try. WARNING: remember to re-enable after the test is over!
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Solved the issue by adding a policy routing for pots 2095 and 2096 in firewall.
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by:Virtue5
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This has been solved by myself.
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