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We are using Kerio in a windows XP, 2003 A.D enviroment along with office 2003. My question is, is it possible to have the KOC use the current users password and login info to connect to outlook? this way when the user changes his or her password in the AD that they dont have to change the KOC settings?


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Check this out. The next page includes the Outlook settings as well. Outlook will use the username and password of the user currently logged on to Windows to connect to a mailbox on the mail server.

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Works like a charm. all you have to do is setup kerio right. and check this box on the users outlook. Only problem we have is that there is no way to change the users default email address if you use AD. so if your users login is not their email address. you will have issues with phones and out of office replies. wish kerio would fix this...

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