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workaround merak webmail on port 80

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by pesja, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. pesja

    pesja Guest

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    I searched the forum but I couldn't find a litle workaround of making merak webmail to work on port 80 together with IIS. Maybe someone tried it with success.

    There is an workaround at icewarp.com which I tried. but due to the plesk installation and the many things it customized, I had no luck.

    Maybe someone.....
     
  2. sonics

    sonics Regular Pleskian

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    Hello

    The Problem is that the IIS listens on all IP Numbers on Port 80
    for Webconns. I did it with this manual and it worked. With this manual you take care that the IIS only listens on port 80 at the IP's you want. But you need a separate IP Adress for the Merak to listen on another IP on Port 80.

    (IIS 6.0, Windows 2003)

    1 Click Start, and then click Run.
    2 Type cmd, and then click OK to open a command prompt.
    3 Type the following, where xxx.xxx.x.x is the IP address you want to add:
    httpcfg set iplisten -i xxx.xxx.x.x

    When this succeeds, Httpcfg returns the following:

    HttpSetServiceConfiguration completed with 0

    To view additional status codes, see the Httpcfg help.
    After the IP address is added, use the following command to list it:
    httpcfg query iplisten

    Httpcfg returns the following:

    IP :xxx.xxx.x.x
     
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