Very good point Lyle. Thank you. I guess I need to configure a very
generic home page for port 80 users. I force my webmail users to use
https as it is only for company email. I would rather not have much
other information available for the standard port 80. Thanks.
On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 9:41 AM, Lyle Giese HIDDEN@crcomputer.info> wrote:
> Tony Zakula wrote:
>> We have a network firewall that we only open certain ports to. We
>> have had some customers say that when they click the friends link,
>> they cannot connect to the server to confirm they are a person. How
>> can we determine which port we need to open for that to work? I would prefer to
>> only open port 443. Is that possible?
>> Tony Z
> I don't see that option, but that begs the question about the ssl
> certificate. 443 is reserved for https and if you use that will the
> other party be seeing a valid ssl cert? If not, many will abandon the
> web session.
> Lyle Giese
> LCR Computer Services, Inc.
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