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willowsv

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Is there anyway of getting kerio to display html e-mails under KOFF.

External E-mails coming in as html display fine in the preview pane until you open them.

Any e-mails sent internally to other users using KOFF results in them being displayed in Plain Text ( preview pane ) koc is unaffected.

If I send an e-mail as html to myself and view it in web mail its fine UNTIL I open it in outlook where it gets converted and remains in that format.
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willowsv

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Problem is with AVG / Koff Plugin Integration.

Solution is to disable the "Notify" option although im sure this is going to be a fun one for a few people.
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jdelisabeth

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Hello, i have the same problem.

Where is the " Notify" option ?

Thanks.
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willowsv

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Load AVG control center

click the E-Mail Scanner option > properties > plugins > configure

and untick the "certify mail" boxes.

This should help Smile
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jdelisabeth

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Thanks for the reactivity Very Happy
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willowsv

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Cool Smile

I submitted it as a bug report to Kerio but im not sure whether the fault is something they can deal with or not im pretty sure it doesn't happen on Exchange!

I've sent them some source and .eml files its actually converting the -email to plain text and not just screwing things up by tacking to the bottom so its defiantly something iffy going on.
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scottwilkins

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willowsv wrote on Thu, 03 April 2008 16:27

Cool Smile

I submitted it as a bug report to Kerio but im not sure whether the fault is something they can deal with or not im pretty sure it doesn't happen on Exchange!

I've sent them some source and .eml files its actually converting the -email to plain text and not just screwing things up by tacking to the bottom so its defiantly something iffy going on.


Kerio's stand on antivirus for e-mail on the client side has usually been, "turn it off" The server is quite good at scanning, so desktop scanning is not really needed anyway. This saves your workstations from the task and slowness from this chore. If you'd prefer to double scan e-mails, you can setup Kerio to scan from 2 different anti-viruses on the server side. Many folks setup Clam AV (which is free) on the Kerio side in addition to their built in McAfee stuff.

AVG's e-mail stuff has usually been flaky anyway no matter what service is used, so I usually turn off at least the "certify" stuff when I install AVG (which I do a LOT of, it's a great AV otherwise)

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sedell

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scottwilkins wrote on Wed, 09 April 2008 10:30

The server is quite good at scanning, so desktop scanning is not really needed anyway.


I would argue that. It all depends on what AV scanner you are using, and how often it gets updated. In the case of McAfee, I won't touch it any more. I've seen way too much get past it. Adding a second scanner is better, but still not foolproof, especially if it relies on definitions. Your whole AV strategy relies on getting the virus definition before getting the virus. Since definitions are a response to a virus, you have a window where it can get past the scanners.

So now you have potential for a virus to get past the server AV scanning, what protects you now if/when it makes it to the client? Or, someone doesn't want to check their personal mail through webmail, or you need to check mail on a server other than your own, so you have multiple accounts set up in Outlook. You've now got a path into your network that completely bypasses the server AV scanning entirely.

Scott
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