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DeMonToll

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Morning everyone,

me an my Company are searching for an alternate of MS Exchange 2003. Now we find the Kerio Mail Server. The System Requirements and the Product description reads really fine. But one question i have to ask. How will the Mails be stored? Will it be Stored in a Database (the better one) or in Flatfiles? This is really important because if it been sotred in Flatfiles we have to be extra safety with the Server und restructure our Network.


I think thats all (at the moment Wink)

PS: Sry for my bad english Wink



so long

DeMon

[Updated on: Mon, 20 April 2009 09:42]

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KCAP

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Hi,
The mails are in files, just eml files. No (total) database, just index files in all the folders.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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There is no difference in security requirements between local database or local files. Both must be protected in the same way.
Access rights for the message store in KMS are restricted to highest possible level, ie. only Administrators can read the files.
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DeMonToll

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All right Smile,

i think i got it. Thanks for the help!
Now i have to test to find out how Keiro works and maybe its the right solution for us Smile.

so long

DeMon
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