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anthony.somerset

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does kerio have any plans to setup there kerio mail server in a micro repository that we could add to our apt-get sources list and ease install and upgrade, also it would help users on install by automatically installing required dependancies (which can be from main repos) and automatically trigger the config wizard and start the server.

the reason i ask is that i have already setup one mail server in debian (its the linux system i am most comfortable in) and it was quite literally a fairly detailed and involved process before i even got to exit ssh and fire up kerio admin on my mac - at least kerio's install instructions are equally detailed, with a repo it would be as simple as, add the repo to my sources list, download and verify the repo key(optional) and then run, apt-get update and then apt-get install kerio-mail-server(or equivalent name), with updates as simple as 2 commands, apt-get update, apt-get upgrade

and when i start migrating services from our 3 year old xserve into the cloud i would like to move kerio into a debian VPS and the ease of updating would be so much better, especially as mac and windows server editions get installers themselves

[Updated on: Mon, 31 August 2009 23:37]


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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