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roly

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hello from switzerland.
after migration about 30 boxes from sbs2003-exchange to kerio 6.4.1 on a win2003-server (w.o. active directory)there are several strange things the customer cannot live with.
migrating old mails with outlook 2003/2007 pst, many mails
are not readable anymore. importing without koc (other profile)
no problems.
sharing calendars would work.but in outlook every shared calendar is called "calendar"!but which is whos calendar?all have the same name.
any ideas? sorry my english.thanks for any help.
bye, roly Confused
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rinzwind

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Customer is customed to using Outlook 2003 and Exchange 2003? You have a problem. Multiple calendar issue is known. No solution. Imported mail problem? I have seen it. No solution other then keeping archive folder open next to the Kerio Inbox. Maybe you can wait for the new cached KOC. If it is going to arrive anytime soon (it is mentioned years ago).

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roly

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hello
<_a.t_>rinzwind. calendar is really a problem!in that way, kerio is not a groupware.
about old mails beeing imported (pst or per drag and drop), belongs to mailheader i guess.
"This occurs because Hotmail does not set a proper Content-Type in the mail headers to identify the language being used. Kerio Outlook Connector must guess at the type. Often this is incorrect."i dont know...
Smile well, by from switzerland.
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