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DaveTME

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Hi

I use Kerio for a small organisation as an IMAP email server.

The users currently use Outlook as their email client and also use it for storing their own calendars locally. I would like to set Kerio up so certain appointments are shared across all users.

I'm confused about how you do this. What is the difference between the Kerio Outlook Connector and the Synchronization plug-in? Also, the installation instructions talk about setting up a new profile for connecting with the mail server. Will this override my IMAP accounts?

Can anyone help?

Thanks,

Dave
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pstavros

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First you need to decide which app you want to use. You can not use both at the same time. The sync app is really designed for mobile users who are in and out of the office alot. Kerio Synchronization Plug-in only provides offline synchronization for personal contacts and calendars in Microsoft Outlook and does not deal with email at all.

The OC(Outlook Connector) is designed more for people on your network with desktop/tower computers. Kerio Outlook Connector unlocks the groupware features of Microsoft Outlook. Instead of connecting to Microsoft Exchange Server, Outlook connects directly to Kerio MailServer allowing users to access their email, calendars, contacts, tasks, notes, distribution lists, and shared and public folders
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