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Virtual Appliance for Parallels

The Kerio MailServer appliance is a pre-configured version of Kerio MailServer that comes on pre-installed CentOS 5.3 Linux. The appliance is a Parallels image that allows for quick evaluation of Kerio MailServer using Parallels software.

The appliance can be used with:

Parallels Workstation 4 for Mac
Parallels Server 3 for Mac



Save time and money in administration
Spend less time setting up an OS
Avoid installation conflicts
Faster deployments
Easy to move Kerio MailServer to a different machine
Hardware optimization
Additional backup options
Built-in disaster recovery

Kerio MailServer Administration Console is available in English, Czech, Slovak, German, Italian, Dutch, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, and Chinese (Simplified). The language can be switched in Administration Console's user interface.

[Updated on: Tue, 28 June 2011 22:25]

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