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cedric.alto

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Hi everybody ,
If i use a beta version of Kerio Mail server 6.5,in the future will I be able to use the stable version and keep my mails,contacts,etc.
Thx
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cedric.alto wrote on Mon, 21 January 2008 00:49

Hi everybody ,
If i use a beta version of Kerio Mail server 6.5,in the future will I be able to use the stable version and keep my mails,contacts,etc.
Thx


Possibly, but that is not a guarantee at this time. Things may change substantially between now and final release. Beta versions are not supported.

As stated hundreds of times already, if you're not doing beta testing, you should be using a release version of the product. Although I realize some people like to live dangerously.

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cedric.alto

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Than kyou for the reply,
i know it's not a good idea using beta but if i want a tool easy and transparent the kerio outlook connector is not adapted or less tha the Koff .
I don 't want to use two profils in outlook and the beta is the only way .
Cordialy
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My IT Indy

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Just hang on a bit longer if you want to install 6.5, I can't imagine it taking too much longer. I'm dying to install it at some clients as well, but I'm holding off until the final release.

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AgentSmith

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Just checked the release notes of all KMS 6.5 beta version hoping to find that compatibility with Nokia's Mail for Exchange has improved. Unfortunately it doesn't seem like it.

Sending mail with MfE simply doesn't work, receiving does but not constantly. Software in use:

- KMS 6.4.0
- Mail for Exchange 2.2.0 (on Nokia E61i)

For security reasons I only tried an SSL connection (on standard port 443).

Have you tested MfE compatibility?

*edit*
I'm sorry if my reaction caused any unclarity but I solved it. The problem was a proxy server in the phone's access point settings which prevented MfE from connecting properly. Simply removed it and now everything works like a charm! Smile

[Updated on: Thu, 24 January 2008 06:17]

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AgentSmith

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How about release candidate 2? The release notes no longer mention that you can't upgrade. If that is true I am no longer reluctant to try KMS 6.5 until the final version is released.
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My IT Indy

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When I launched Outlook 2007 it told me it had to download a new version of the KOFF which it did. Then Outlook relaunched and told me it couldn't use the existing profile and to create a new one. I quit Outlook and then went into the mail control panel and deleted the old mail account and created a new one. Everything was fine after that.

That's what you will have to do on each workstation. That's why I have users begging for v6.5 I'm making them wait until it's final. I don't want to have to fix any disasters.

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Could someone please confirm if release candidate 2 can be updated to future versions? Smile

When does RC2 expire?

[Updated on: Fri, 25 January 2008 16:24]

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