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Neo & Horde

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tlp, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. tlp

    tlp Well-Known Member

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    Question :

    you can log into neo/horde at you home PC and send and recieve mail, but when i try away for home IE: buddys puter and several others I can not see what is in the mail box nor recieve any mail. I can send but that is all.
    What am I doing wrong?
    thanks

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    bmcclure Well-Known Member

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    Is the server on the same network as your "home PC"? If not, then it shouldn't matter where you are. WHat happens when you try to log in somewhere else to Webmail? Does it log in?

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    tlp Well-Known Member

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    Server is remote. I can log in but only send mail when away from home.
    This happens to customers also...

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    bmcclure Well-Known Member

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    Wait, so your customers can only access their webmail from their homes, but not anywhere else? That's the oddest thing I've ever heard since, as long as you're outside the server's local network, it shouldn't matter where you are.

    Do you host this server yourself or are you going with a dedicated provider? If so, ask them about this one.

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  5. tlp

    tlp Well-Known Member

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    Yes it is a dedicated server..
    I'll post there also..
    Thanks
    Strange indeed..

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  6. bmcclure

    bmcclure Well-Known Member

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    Let me know what they say, that's a very interesting problem.

    Nice website, by the way.

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    Stefaans Well-Known Member

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    Could it be that everybody is behind a firewalls (that blocks port 2095) when they are away from home.?

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    Everybody? That would definately be odd, but it's possible. So everyone's house is open but everywhere else is behind a firewall? :)

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    Sounds like a pilot thing to me tlp:D
    pretty bad when the server admin has to read about the problems on the server in the cPanel forum. geez
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    Are these new domains? Or, have they been updated recently? I have seen this happen on numerous occasions when some ISPs lag behind on their DNS updates.

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