How can we improve Kerio Connect?

support Outlook 2010 in KOC

For people who don't need offline functionality or to store data locally, KOC is fine and much faster than KOFF.

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beachmat shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
declined  ·  Pavel Dobrý responded  · 

I’m sorry but KOC is not technically compatible with Outlook 2010 or later.

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  • Andrew Rausch commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Since KOC isn't technically compatible, would it be possible to setup an option for KOFF where it only synchronizes the mail header rather than the entire message? Then the messages could be downloaded 'on demand' when a user opens it and the local copy of the message deleted (except for the header) when Outlook is closed. That would allow a user with a multi-gigabyte mailbox to only use up a few megabytes of space on a terminal server or other shared workstation.

  • Fabio Marzorati commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I have Exchange 2007 with 65 GiB database.
    Users (50) are only Terminal Server users.
    If I move to KerioConnect without KOC I need 65 GiB on server with KerioConnect services *and* 65 GiB on terminal server...
    So, I can't move to Kerio and I still use Exchange (and I use Kerio only for FrontEnd)

  • Richard commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    can my Terminal server boxes take much more
    wheres the ONLINE version...???

  • Administrator commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It's ridiculous to make Terminal Server users cache their entire mailbox on the server, and considerably increases the needed space/resources on the Terminal Server.

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