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milles2121

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Are there any plans to bring Kerio operator to OS X? It would be great to be able to install Connect, Workspace, and Operator on all macs.
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Kedar

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There is no plan to provide Kerio Operator as separate application.
For the best quality of VoIP is a needed a Kerio Operator Box (http://www.kerio.com/operator/operator-box) or a dedicated computer with installed Kerio Operator. It can not be guaranteed in case of a separate installation, where is Kerio Operator installed together with other applications that may adversely affect call quality. For testing purposes, or in the case of a small number of users can also use the VMware virtual machine and allocate dedicated resources (CPU, memory) for this machine.

Kerio Connect and Kerio Workspace are not so sensitive for real-time processing, so they can work as applications together with another apps. For example, there is no difference if the e-mail will be sent in two seconds instead of one, but the difference is when you will hear every second word in the call Smile
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