I think Kerio Workspace is a good idea. Here are my points:
+ Add the possibility to export a page to PDF.
+ Add a fast way to add links to other pages. Add a "Create internal link" function to the Link List. Show then a list with all pages, so that the user can choose the destination. Do the same for adding a link inside a "text".
+ Add the possibility to choose the TCP ports while setup. Port 80 and 443 are blocked by other software.
+ Add the possibility to isolate a company, so that user A1 from company A can't share and can't view the users from company B ...
+ Install Java JRE just as an internal component. Now, Java bugs us with every update. I don't think, that this "normal installation" is a good idea. What, if the next java update do not work well with Kerio Workspace??? Better is the "Oracle DB" way: A internal installation from java! There is a new Java update? Fine, that can Kerio test it and release a new patch for Workspace that contained the Java update. What do you think about this?
Just my two cents Ohh, and I hope that Kerio Workspace will not be so expensive Keep the good work!
[Updated on: Sat, 09 October 2010 18:04]
- Add the possibility to isolate a company, so that user A1 from company A can't share and can't view the users from company B ...
Basically this is wrong!
I might have some users in 1 company that I do want them to be able to access specific different companies, as I define them.
When I run the Wizard to create user, I need a dropdown Control which works as "Multi-Combo/MultiSelection".
So, for each user I can define in which companies he is granted access.
Dropdown Control/List Example (it should always contain all Domains I have created):
1. Company 1 <-- Selected
2. Company 2 <-- Not Selected
3. Company 3 <-- Selected
The above means that the User can Access Company 1 & 3 but NOT Company 2.
This is missing also from Kerio Connect, regarding Public Contacts.
I currently have 4 Domains. I want to be able (when I create a new user) to specify on which Public Folder's List the user will be visible. If I exclude the user from Company 2, then his details (like name, email, etc), will be visible only to Companies 1 & 3. In this way, when I rename or delete a user, his data is auto updated across all Public Contact lists.
I don't want to have to maintain a Contact in 4 places overall (1 for each domain)!
And regarding the point where I said "Dropdown Control/List Example (it should always contain all Domains I have created)", you might wonder why list all Domains and NOT exclude the Domain where I created the user...
... well, in regards to Kerio Connect, it is because I might want to create a user, who is NOT EVEN PUBLISHED on its own Domain's Public Contacts List.
(Company CEO might want a hidden/non published E-mail account & NOT an Alias).
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