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Indeed. But how to deal with this situation then? I want to use https://my-domain/mailThen are you getting the issue when trying from the Internet, or loopback via the router?
When you say that 443 is mapped to 5001 do you mean you have a port forward rule in the router? If so then any normal HTTPS/443 will be forwarded as a HTTPS/5001 to the NAS, and Mail Station isn't listening on 5001. But the other NAS packages will respond to 5001, not 443 (except Web Station and Photo Station).
Yes that dawned on me. Thanks for your help!Don't port forward TCP 443 to NAS LAN IP / TCP 5001. Instead port forward TCP 443 to NAS LAN IP / TCP 443.
Then use Control Portal / Application Portal to setup specific domain names and/or alias for the packages. This then allows Mail Station to be accessed from the Internet using TCP 443.