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Apollo

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Hey all,

I was playing around with Kerio to see the possibilities. I tried to use it for push mail, in combination with Emoze. First, I always get an error in Emoze when trying to connect. It always asks to check the OWA credentials.

I administered the OWA site as https://www.mysite.com, this is where Kerio Webmail is running.

So my first question: does anyone have experience with using Emoze icw Kerio Mailserver?

Second question: I know that an Exchange OWA is accessed through http(s)://www.mysite.com/exchange. I tried to access the /exchange folder on my Kerio mailserver and I noticed that it prompts for a login. Accounts administered in the mailserver are not accepted, so I wonder what this subfolder is meant to do. Anyone?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Apollo wrote on Thu, 25 October 2007 16:22

Hey all,

I was playing around with Kerio to see the possibilities. I tried to use it for push mail, in combination with Emoze. First, I always get an error in Emoze when trying to connect. It always asks to check the OWA credentials.


Isn't using Emoze a little bit complicated? KMS has native support for OTA ActiveSync which works on all Windows Mobile devices and many Nokia phones. With no middleware.
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I administered the OWA site as https://www.mysite.com, this is where Kerio Webmail is running.

So my first question: does anyone have experience with using Emoze icw Kerio Mailserver?

Second question: I know that an Exchange OWA is accessed through http(s)://www.mysite.com/exchange. I tried to access the /exchange folder on my Kerio mailserver and I noticed that it prompts for a login. Accounts administered in the mailserver are not accepted, so I wonder what this subfolder is meant to do. Anyone?



This is for Entourage synchronization.

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Apollo

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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Thu, 25 October 2007 16:30


Isn't using Emoze a bit complicated? KMS has native support for OTA ActiveSync which works on all Windows Mobile devices and many Nokia phones. With no middleware.



I use a Nokia N93 Symbian S60 device. Nokia Mail for Exchange won't install on this phone (not supported device). This would be the primary device I want to push the email to.

I also tried a Windows Mobile device (company phone) and I want to use the ActiveSync mailbox for my company mail and use Emoze as a separate mailbox to collect test mail from the Kerio mailserver.

Thanks so far for thinking with me.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Apollo wrote on Thu, 25 October 2007 16:35

Kerio_pdobry wrote on Thu, 25 October 2007 16:30


Isn't using Emoze a bit complicated? KMS has native support for OTA ActiveSync which works on all Windows Mobile devices and many Nokia phones. With no middleware.



I use a Nokia N93 Symbian S60 device. Nokia Mail for Exchange won't install on this phone (not supported device). This would be the primary device I want to push the email to.




Well, I would recommend using RoadSync then ( http://www.dataviz.com/products/roadsync/series60/index.html). It's tested and supported by KMS. And it works on N73.
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