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I have started testing Kerio v6.5v8 with Leopard client and it looks like many items are working quite well. Things that I see working:

1) Address book sync (exchange...). This worked before, but still works very well. I'm able to use SSL and do a complete sync.

2) Basic iCal support, including Todo's seems to be working very well. This is a great addition and will be put to use when Kerio goes production. I am using ssl and calendar items and todo's are syncing very well between the two environments. My only complaint is that when in the web interface and I sync. a calendar event change from a Leopard client, it doesn't show up on the web-based calendar until I "refresh". I actually have to leab the calendar view and return before the changes actually show up.

3) Waiting for delegation (busy/free) and public calendar support. I assume this is coming (as previous comments) and I'll be anxious to test this feature. Again, one of those we'll put to good use quite quickly.

A question - what are the plans on Notes integration? On Leopard, obviously notes are stored in the inbox IMAP folder. I also can see them in my web i/f as inbox message. However, it would be nice to see these in the "Notes" folder as it would be more logical to see them there. Just a thought...
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