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IIS vs 602LAN
  Posted by  Garet Jax  on Friday, April 16, 2004 at 11:07:10 PM (EST)
I have a 2k server. I'm using 602LAN for mail server only. I planned on running my website though IIS but in order to use webmail I need to active 602's WWW service which conflicts with IIS.

So now I have to decide which WWW service to use. Could anyone please tell me the benefits between the two?

Also, is it possible to configure 602's webmail in IIS?

I'm a noob with 602 and I'm mildly okay with IIS so please speak down to me.

Thanks
  Posted by Antonio Mouallem  on Monday, April 19, 2004 at 12:08:59 PM (EST)
Hello!
The best option is to use both! I have the same setup as you.

I have iis running on port 80 and 602 on por 8080. The wwwroot directory is set to the same e.g.: c:\inetpub\wwwroot\

That's the best because iis on w2k is quite limited on the number of simultaneos user (max is 10). So the pages where i use ASP are loaded from iis and the pages where there is no ASP are loaded from 602. As you have the same wwwroot for both webserver you can read a webpage on both (but remember that 602 don't read asp)

After making this new settings i hardly have a "exceeded number of simultaneos users" error on IIS.

Hugs
Antonio
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