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efc_genius

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If you remember then please let me know, i have to log into the other account via the web and it times out every 15 mins and its driving me crazy

Thanks

Lee H
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germanr

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It depends what you want. You can use multiple imap or pop3 accounts, but only one Kerio Connector (either KOC of KOFF).

If you use Kerio connector only and want to See two accounts you and use one to send and the other just to see the messages , you can subscribe to the others account (share it).

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neilwr

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if you are running the server in imap mode.

You can log onto the account you want to view (ie the second mailbow) and right click the imbox and select access permission.

ad the user in there, with what rights you want them to have reader, editor, or administrator.

Then to to the outlook of the client that wants to read the other users mail box and at the top of your foler list you should see Kerio Outlook Connector Store.

Right click this and select properties of Kerio Outlook Conenctor Store.

Select Folder mapping from the menu tabs. Type in the username of the users mail box you want to view and then select the folder.

I think this is limited to the inbox.

Press add.

Now you will see the users mail store folder name<_a.t_>company.com appear and under that the inbox of the user.

Is that what you are after?
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efc_genius

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Hi

"top of your foler list you should see Kerio Outlook Connector Store"

I dont see this?

Were else could i find it

Your help is much appreciated

Lee H
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