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zebby

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When using the internal user database, is there any way of setting a minimum password length/complexity requirement?

Any way of forcing certain webmail features as default (e.g. date format) and locking them to prevent users changing settings?
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winkelman

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Unfortunately the answer to both questions is 'no'.
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zebby

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That's unfortunate! I can put up with the second point but the enforcing of passwords would be a real bonus.

So next question to anybody who works for Kerio - any plans to implement this?

Replying I can achieve this with the AD connector does not count as I'm not going to allow a DMZ machine that kind of access to the LAN or have a mail server on the LAN exposed to the internet!
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Hi,

we are currently evaluating KerioMailserver.

If you plan to set your KMS as a standalone server in a DMZ, no password policy is really a lack of security and should be implemented.


Is this feature planned in the KMS roadmap ?

Template for webmail account is also a lack .

Same question ? Any plans ?

thanks
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zebby

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Merak Icewarp has both of these features.... Very Happy so Kerio is sadly lacking in this area.
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#1 Kerio doesn't reveal future roadmaps
#2 Putting *ANY* server in a DMZ is a bad idea.

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zebby

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Thanks for the reply.

I did't think asking if a password complexity requirment would be added would be such an issue. I'm not asking for extensive future plans of the product, just one thing which is missing from Kerio but present in it's competitors.

As for not putting a server in a DMZ, having a machine exposed to the Internet on your LAN, in my opinion, is simply foolish.
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