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Waco1

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There is a bug in the KOC that's been around ... forever.

I reported it from the Admin interface and worked with a few folks at Kerio to verify that it's repeatable. Then I was told that because I discovered this on Outlook 2010 against a beta KC, it wasn't something they could fix.

I have two issues with that response:
1. It indicates a tendency to "disown" a repeatable problem with any excuse at hand.
2. It means that a rather nasty bug exists in all versions of KOC and it won't get fixed because of "it's not MY problem" syndrome.

Ref WCE-913115

The RC1 release notes indicated that all KOC bugs were resolved. So, a repeatable bug on 7.1 was not reported as such because the bloke who reported it is running a beta.

Change of subject/interesting question of the day:
Why do "Problem Reports" from the 7.2.0 RC1 admin interface not get routed to the 7.2.0 RC1 dev team?
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