Ports blocked despite firewall off in groupware setup
I am trying to setup a groupware server running on Scientific Linux 6 ("SL 6", which is literally RHEL 6 sans brand) for personal use.
So far I've setup test virtual machines, both running fully updated Sscientific Linux 6, with the Citadel and Kolab groupware servers. For both, I've ran into similar issues with certain functions not working because of connections refused:
I've successfully installed Kolab 2.3.2 in SL 6, and have
been able to access the admin page, create a user, and login to the built in Horde web interface (all from both within and outside of my local network).
However, when I try to send a test email from the web interface, I get the following error:
What is wrong with my setup? And why is Kolab trying to use port 587 instead of 25 or 465 for SMTPS?
I also setup Citadel groupware server in another SL 6 virtual machine, it all works including web access, Thunderbird client sync, etc.
However, for the Citadel server to sync with my iPhone, I need to, and have have downloaded and successfully started the latest Groupware Sync Server from here. The Groupware Sync Server is basically an installation of Funambol, specially made to work with Citadel.
I tried to connect to the server from my iPhone with the Funambol connector app, and the Synthesis SyncML app, but none of them worked when I pointed them to: :8080/funambol/ds]http://[hostname]:8080/funambol/ds (which is what the Groupware Sync Server documentation told me). Of course, I replaced [hostname] with my actual hostname.
I checked the logs of both sync apps, and they both say the following:
The respective mailing lists and forums for the software did not help, but they have suggested it might be other security polices on my system that's blocking them.
That's why I am asking here: Is there more to turning off the firewall than what I did? Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks!
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