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Configuring Zaep to Allow Access from Outside Your LAN  -  KB Article #1319

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Zaep can be configured to allow access from the Internet, just like any other email server. Follow these steps to allow access to Zaep from the Internet.

  • Double click on the Zaep icon in your system tray, next to your clock.
  • Select Configuration Server.
  • Enter a port number that is accessible to the Internet. If required map a port from your router to this computer.
  • Make sure the "Listen IP" is blank.
  • Select "Allow Remote Configuration".
  • Select POP3.
  • Enter a port number that is accessible to the Internet. If required map a port from your router to this computer.
  • Make sure the "Listen IP" is blank.
  • Select SMTP.
  • Enter a port number that is accessible to the Internet. If required map a port from your router to this computer.
  • NOTE: If your Internet Service Provider prohibits incoming mail traffic on port 25, you should try using a different port number such as port 2500 (the default Zaep SMTP Proxy Port number).
  • Make sure the "Listen IP" is blank.
  • Select "Allowed IP Ranges".
  • Make sure the "Allowed IP Ranges" list is blank. Select any item in the list, then select "Remove".
  • Obtain a DNS4Me registration ID.
  • Click here for more information about using DNS4Me with Zaep.
  • Select "Confirmation Server" and enter your DNS4Me domain name in the space provided.

After configuring Zaep, change the settings in your email client for remote access by changing the POP3 and SMTP server settings to the DNS4Me domain name you are using above.

NOTE: Some routers will not correctly route an external domain name or IP address correctly when the request is coming from the LAN. If this is the case you may need to use separate server settings while running inside your LAN and outside your LAN.



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