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    * webmail.servage.net

    Greetings,

    Does anybody know how to use webmail.servage.net befind a corporate firewall wich does not accept https and port 443?

    I used cpanelproxy before with my domain so that I could use a subdomain on port 80.

    Cheers,
    Jimmy

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    You can tunnel through SSH.
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    Have you tried contacting Servage support?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exoware View Post
    You can tunnel through SSH.
    Uh, if they don't even allow 443, which is quite strange in my opinion, what makes you think port 22 will work?

    Seems like the form forwards to he client selected on the proper server. So, maybe if you can login with a network that allows https, copy the address and take out the https and change it to http it may work still -- unless they have forced https.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orien View Post
    Have you tried contacting Servage support?
    Yes, i think you should contact their support, they should is more understand.
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    Greetings,

    Thanks all for your contributions The Network guys did a reammy good job, I cannot install anything on he box, visit any site that looks not professional, facebook is forbidden... It seems that only port 80 is opened on geniuine sites. Webmail seems taboo....

    Of course, I did contact Servage support, after a few exchanges, they said if there is no https no way of reading emails and so on.

    Any more thoughts?
    Cheers,
    Jimmy

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    The only other way I could think of is a web page proxy, but you really don't wanna do that for webmail, security an all that. Besides, if they have it that tight, I doubt a proxy would have any luck.

    Is there a reason you can't use POP3/IMAP on there?
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