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Damn, the abbreviation KWF and KMS don't work anymore! Now what? With the new names for Kerio WinRoute Firewall and Kerio Mail Server were screwed: both KC Confused .

Perhaps KCon and, eh, KCon...? Nope Sad .

Didn't the marketing guys and gals at Kerio think of this? Now we're going to have to type and type and type... Twisted Evil .

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I think it will be easier to write KCNTL, KCNCT
It does not really thought out step in creating names. But in my opinion - these are all made by the developers - a good marketing ploy!

[Updated on: Mon, 07 June 2010 20:20]

Excuse me for my english...

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KCF = Kerio Control Firewall
KCM = Kerio Connect Mailserver


I think those is better Smile KCF, KCM

thats is not matter....

the mater is, can you say :
( Kerio Control and Kerio Connect are products of Kerio technologies )

10 times , without error in term (Conntrol / conect ) Rolling Eyes

see you guys...
it's time to eat some KFC , celebrate both KCF and KCM

Mohammad Habeeb
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