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Matt S

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They're expensive in that it takes up a licence... which is kinda crazy.

They don't tie in with the global address list

I don't get it.

I really want to be able to create mailing lists out of webmail distribution lists, thereby giving users control of members, would be incredibly useful. But absolutely not at the cost of a mailbox licence. That's unacceptable.

As it is we're having to use third party website tools to do this.

Is it just me?
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marook

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Mailing lists does NOT take up a licens! Not on our server..
Only real mailvboxes should take up a licens.

Mailinglists is used to email large amount of users, with auto-handeling of subscribtion.

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Matt S

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Interesting, maybe Kerio changed the licensing policy... I'll have to check that.

I understand the principle of mailing lists... But what's frustrating is they work completely independently of anything else Connect offers, so you can't create a new mailing list from your GAL for example.
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GlennK

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I'm pretty sure they used a license too before too. However, I just deleted a mailing list and the available license count stayed the same.
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Matt S

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Yep, I've just tried this. That's good. Makes this function worth using now.
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