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jjprusk

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I've just upgraded my system(s) to Snow Leopard 10.6.1 and Kerio to 6.7.2 and cannot get Exchange integration to work. The log file has been attached. Yes, I have submitted a ticket but thought I'd run this by the group to see if there's something stupid that I'm doing (and maybe something someone else could learn from...).

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio MailServer provides support Snow Leopard client applications in the same manner as on Leopard.
Exchange integration in Snow Leopard clients is only for Exchange 2007 SP1. More information about EWS can be found here: http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&th=15882&sta rt=0

[Updated on: Thu, 24 September 2009 17:45]

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bradyjfrey

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Kerio_pdobry wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 08:42
Kerio MailServer provides support Snow Leopard client applications in the same manner as on Leopard.
Exchange integration in Snow Leopard clients is only for Exchange 2007 SP1. More information about EWS can be found here: http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&th=15882&sta rt=0


Does it not support Address Book Exchange Integration? We can live with IMAP and CalDav... but that one is a deal breaker.
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p0ddie

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Apple actually removed the "Exchange Integration" that previously worked, as it was based on WebDAV with Exchange 2003 and so on. So Apple is the dealbreaker here.

I would however love it if Kerio would integrate a CardDAV server into KMS... it's the only advantage 10.6 Server has over KMS right now looking at small businesses up to 20 people...
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bradyjfrey

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Apple had that dropped in the developer version of Snow Leopard, so I don't know if I'd say they were the problem, it's been advertised.
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jjprusk

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I'm kinda confused as I thought Exchange support was included in SL. You can enter an Exchange account in email and it tries to connect everything up - I was assuming that this would connect to Kerio directly. Its no biggie as I was happily using Kerio with CalDav and IMAP.

MAIL, iCal, and AddressBook all seem to have Exchange support - I thought this is what Kerio was talking about supporting.
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p0ddie

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Yeah... Exchange support for a real Exchange 2007 server. KMS is *not* Exchange server and mimics an Exchange 2003 server. SL can now connect natively to an Exchange server via EWS, which KMS does not (currently) support.

I guess since it's a better protocol than WebDAV, Kerio will adopt it sooner or later. Then again, I heard rumors EWS does not support public folders (might have misunderstood this) so the real question is: do we need "Exchange Support" or does IMAP, CalDAV and some sort of CardDAV (they're all open standards) + a better LDAP in Kerio will do the trick.
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