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heimi

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Hi

I am looking to share experiences with any of you out there who are using Kerio's MailServer virtual appliance for VMware:

http://www.kerio.co.uk/kms_vmware_virtual_appliance.html

I have downloaded it and successfully got it set up, configured and working in our ESX 3.5 environment. We've not gone live with it yet, but plan to do so in June.

Can you tell me how you got on with the go-live process, and if you have experienced any gotchas along the way. We are using it in a resilient dual ESX host environment with a Dell iSCSI SAN (MD3000i). We run around 20 VM's in all and performance is good.

Thanks in advance for your input. I've a bunch more questions if any of you care to join me on this thread!

Toby
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dzjowk

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Hi Toby,

We are currently looking into the possibility of running the Kerio mailserver vApp. Are you still running this vApp ?

best regards
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