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sineex

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Looked through this forum i found out that there is no command-line interface (CLI), am i wrong? So, i wonder to know - is the any way to re-read config files without restarting the entire mail server? Or some sort of API, through we can access the needed functionality: add user, delete user, add user to mailing list and so on; or just re-read config :) Does KMS's support team plan to add this features if there are no such? In what term?

p.s. Do not redirect me to Google, i wanna listen to experts.
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winkelman

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sineex wrote on Fri, 08 December 2006 10:59


no command-line interface (CLI), am i wrong?
is the any way to re-read config files without restarting the entire mail server?
Or some sort of API, through we can access the needed functionality: add user, delete user, add user to mailing list and so on; or just re-read config :)
Does KMS's support team plan to add this features if there are no such? In what term?

Correct, no CLI.
No, editing the cfg-files can only be done while the server is down (or you'll loose your changes when downing the server)
No public API exists whatsoever.
I don't know, Kerio does not communicate their future plans.

In essence: you can and should only modify the configuration through the supplied means (Admin console and Web interface).

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sineex

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Thanks. A little bit sad about what you said.
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winkelman

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I know more people are wanting an open API. Your best option is to submit a ticket with this feature request and hope it gets implemented... I know, that's not much to go on.
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