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olegs

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Can you explain about variables
<variable name="PIN">
<variable name="HomeServer">
<variable name="MailboxLocation">
<variable name="DefSpamFilter">
<variable name="PreferredAddress">
<variable name="ReplyToAddress">

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freakinvibe

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What version of KMS are you using?

I know that for example the PIN was used for wap which is not supported anymore in KMS 6.3

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Dexion AG - The Blackberry Specialists in Switzerland
https://dexionag.ch
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olegs

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6.3
I just to know which php (kerio) functions can update
PIN, HomeServer, MailboxLocation variables in users.cfg, because I need to store more than accessible via admin interface.

Thanks.
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winkelman

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olegs wrote on Thu, 16 November 2006 13:56

6.3
I just to know which php (kerio) functions can update
PIN, HomeServer, MailboxLocation variables in users.cfg, because I need to store more than accessible via admin interface.

Thanks.


You know that when you edit the users.cfg file outside of KMS, KMS will just overwrite the changed users.cfg file with it's version when shutting down/restarting?
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olegs

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Yes.
I would like to know a kerio functions to operate with variables, like
setFullName()
setDescription()
setEnabled()
....
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winkelman

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If you're asking if KMS has an API: no, it hasn't. There's no way to programmatically interact with KMS. You can only interact with it manually through the Admin Console... (or web console).

But... you're question/problem is not entirely clear to me... so maybe I'm missing the point here.
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olegs

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I respect Kerio, I love KMS webmail, I'm ready to pay for licenses, but my customers wish a little bit more - wiki, webdav and multiple file upload. I'm php programmer and can write or integrate proprietary modules for Kerio and make translation in Latvian.
For free or under GPL.
I agree to loose Kerio support.
Why API is secret? Kerio community makes software just stronger.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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olegs wrote on Thu, 16 November 2006 13:56

6.3
I just to know which php (kerio) functions can update
PIN, HomeServer, MailboxLocation variables in users.cfg, because I need to store more than accessible via admin interface.

Thanks.



These variables have a special purpose and cannot be updated by any PHP function. API description is not public available.

BTW: I'm curious how do you want to integrate "webdav and multiple file upload" to current KMS. Can you send me a private message in this discussion board?
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olegs

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It's impossible with kerio built-in php and webserver.

Webdav.
I think, second apache server with ldap auth can help to provide webdav access to the email storage. I integrated the same possibility for yourself in kolab2, but via mysql auth, recompiling apache and add few lines of code into apache.conf.
KMS is much better than kolab2.

Multiple upload.
For example, MultiPowUpload can provide it. Very cheap (40$ commercial license), written on flash. But without Kerio API docs MultiPowUpload integration is difficult.

I don't whant to break existing stable features, just try to add a little bit more.
Thanks
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