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curmudgeon

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Can someone detail what initially won't work with KMS and Snow Leopard? Are we talking a complete meltdown? How are we supposed to keep people from updating to Leopard? If we are talking about a KMS update the first of the week are we okay (albeit that whatever is broken won't be usable until then)? I'm not trying to cause an issue here, but rather am looking at how to explain it to users... Andy
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Mac Xserve Intel - 2x 2.7GHz Dual Core Xeon
Leopard 10.5.8
4GB Ram
1.25 TB HDD Raid 5
Kerio 6.7.1
~60 Users (varying windows and mac Exchange or IMAP)
18 iPhones
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arodawig wrote on Thu, 27 August 2009 14:04
Can someone detail what initially won't work with KMS and Snow Leopard? Are we talking a complete meltdown? How are we supposed to keep people from updating to Leopard? If we are talking about a KMS update the first of the week are we okay (albeit that whatever is broken won't be usable until then)? I'm not trying to cause an issue here, but rather am looking at how to explain it to users... Andy


Good luck. Kerio wouldn't even explain this problem to Apple just recently when someone there asked the same question.
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anthony.somerset

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for the most part snow leopard client is fine

its only caldav that is an issue, and the ical setup tool

interestingly if i upgrade a user rather than start from scratch i get different errors (i can do everything but create events because it things the calendars are for ToDo's only)

everything else including admin works fine

i actually believe these issues are due to apple tweaking the way CalDAV(to improve there own system) works so its an Apple issue that Kerio have to work around to make there system work. also remember that Apple kept there cards close to there chest with developer builds and also kept pulling release dates forward which cant help software developers.

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