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For a customer I am installing a Kerio Mailserver on Linux next to an Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with Active Directory. If you install Kerio on a Microsoft server, you can 'integrate' Kerio usercontrol in Active Directory by installing Kerio Active Directory Extensions. Is this also possible when installing Kerio on a Linux machine?

Because of the low knowledge level of my customer I want to learn him to create users (and mailboxes) in the Active Directory. Is this possible in the case I described above or do I also have to create and manage users in the Linux machine? I will use OpenSUSE 10.3.

[Updated on: Tue, 06 November 2007 12:30]


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It is possible to take advantage of a windows active directory on Kerio installed under Linux. That's what we run here.
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