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Hi Folks,

just a little Question...

would someone please be so kind and create a public folder wich named like following syntax:


(please use the real "at" and not this placeholder up there)

After completing this, create an alias on a hosted domain you like and target this alias to this special folder.

At last try to send a Mail to this alias and have a look to this public folder. Probably you should also have a look at your normal Inbox an see what happened.

On our site(s) these mails will bounce back as undeliverable.

This is, carfully pronounced, a "no go" for this update so be carfull and be warned.

Sadly i did update our installation and after that i have to rename ALL (about 50) of our public folders from like marketing<_a.t_>domainname.tld to marketing_domainname.tld and reconnect the aliases.
You can believe me, this was no fun.

I hope there will be soon an 6.5.1 Patch to fix this and probably also the following Points:

    still no HTML-Mail creation in Safari
    still no access to central maillist in the Kerio-addressbook from Entourage
    still no fix for the cmyk-picture-bug in firefox

I would appreciate some community-feedback to this main (the "at") bug and also a way to get my users rid of this ugly underscore.

Klaus Preuß

KMS 6.5 on OSX Server 10.4.11

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