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Our default setup is to have everyone on pop email accounts. I'm trying to sync the boss' calendar (iCal) with his assistant. What I've done is setup both iSync pluggins to use the same account from their respective computers. My question is, is there a default number of computers you can having using the same account with the isync pluggin?


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My guess is unlimited. I could imagine that it would impact the server performance if all the Kerio Connectors were sync at once.

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1. Yeah true that for intranet " we cannot use specify subnet but It is (DMZ) . 2. DNS already registered and both domain are under same ISP " Now both ISP and domain provider looks fine i don't know why we cannot resolved here ?

3. Strange to me is that whenever i do a telnet" to WWW.XXA.COM it resolve from MX" record and load public address from both server one in another . I want them to communicate locally not (MX) .

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