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Web Mail

I would like to get some info on Web Mail and how other companies are using it.

How do people work around the firewall and balance the need for access vs. the need for security?

We would like to avoid having to replicate all mail files to the DMZ zone due to numbers of users(10,000) and number of servers(100).
The only way to be really secure with web mail is to first have the user authenticated to your network, then provide them access to your servers. Network authentication like Shiva or VIA a VPN should be able to do this. If setting up web mail, you will also want to make sure password checking and changing of the HTTP password is enabled for a timeframe like every 30 days.

This was last published in February 2001

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