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netground

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Hi,

Any news on support for Outlook 2010 - 64 bit versions?

We are not able to serve clients with new desktops & Outlook 64-bit using Kerio.

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winkelman

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Even Microsoft itself is recommending installing 32-bit Office on 64-bit Windows machines. There are only a very limited number of cases where they say you should install 64-bit Office. Mainly if you want to run Excel sheets that are larger then 2Gb. Well, assuming you do not use sheets that large, you would be better of installing 32-bit Windows.

Perhaps even in such a case it would be recommendable to install 32-bit Office without Excel and 64-bit Excel separately. If such a thing is possible, of course.

Okay, I know this is not precisely what you're asking for, but perhaps you did not know this Microsoft recommendation.
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Dakhaas

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But what about running Windows 7/64/US and running Office 2010/32 then the Kerio Connector is still not installing! You can only install the Offline Edition and I want to use the normal edtion. I don't want to use the offline version because it is really slow and not workable for me. They tell that they have Office 2010 support but not for the online edition, really strange!!!
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