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My ISP provides secure imap access to my email accounts hosted on their servers. Recently, my company blocked port 993 (imap ssl) - however, port 443 remains open (https). At my home router, I can forward port 443 to a computer on my home network, and run a program there that will port forward 443 -> my-emailserver.com:993.  However, I'm wondering if my MI424WR router can be configured to port forward directly to my-emailserver.com:993, instead of an address on my local network.

 

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@shortmort37 wrote:

 I'm wondering if my MI424WR router can be configured to port forward directly to my-emailserver.com:993, instead of an address on my local network. 


 

No, it can't.

 

 

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@shortmort37 wrote:

 I'm wondering if my MI424WR router can be configured to port forward directly to my-emailserver.com:993, instead of an address on my local network. 


 

No, it can't.

 

 

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