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iigs

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Is this still a top priority? We're all waiting......

2 years should have been enough time. Just be truthful with us Kerio.

[Updated on: Fri, 22 June 2007 02:22]

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rinzwind

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iigs

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If they were ever there in the first place Rolling Eyes
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cachedmode

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don't you mean three years...?

I can see how it would be easy to lose count.....................
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mkjellman

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guys, don't you know how hard it is to program offline mode? the developers had to go over the C++ for dummies books first.....
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Damn. We are still on page 3: "How to install C++". Rolling Eyes
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cachedmode

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Am I the only one who doesn't think your utter incompetence is funny....?
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mkjellman

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hahahahahahaah Laughing

well at least they (pavel, sorry if you got the email with it spelled wrong, did it from memory) have a since of humor

[Updated on: Tue, 26 June 2007 00:13]

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iigs

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cachedmode wrote on Tue, 26 June 2007 00:12


Am I the only one who doesn't think your utter incompetence is funny....?


there's at least two of us.... Twisted Evil
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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Mon, 25 June 2007 18:07

Damn. We are still on page 3: "How to install C++". Rolling Eyes

Well, that was kind of funny! Smile However, I have been waiting for years, along with everyone else, for this feature. I realize it is difficult to implement, but there are a number of other "Exchange Replacement" mail servers available with nicely implemented cache modes. I know you can't give us a date when this will be available, but can you at least give us an update or a "were getting close" type of message? Any kind of update would be helpful...
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HidS

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Forgive me for sounding STUPID but how does cached offline mode differ from the standard IMAP connection?

Doesn't both just download mail to your own PC?
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Alain

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HidS wrote on Wed, 27 June 2007 10:11

Forgive me for sounding STUPID but how does cached offline mode differ from the standard IMAP connection?

Doesn't both just download mail to your own PC?


Razz It is not stupid but what you forget is the microsoft parameter: Thunderbird is doing the offline mode properly with Kerio server through an IMAP connection. To do that with Outlook MAPI constraint this is another story...
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cachedmode

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I received an email today about a reseller event in September where we will be able to see KMS 6.5 with offline caching.

It seems we may be nearing the end game.....?

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Could you post the email?
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A little birdy told me the same thing.....

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