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we have (at this moment) a small network with about 5 PCs. We have worked with Exchange 2007.

We have changed last week to Kerio, but i have tried something and works not.

Well, Exchange and Windows on AD Network has a function, if i set Outlook in one PC the Profile of user and then i logon to other PC in Network, then works Outlook also automatically and i must not set i again Outlook.

And this Problem we have now with Kerio. We have installed it completely, also the Kerio Active Directory Extension. The Users on Kerio come from Active Directory and there are not locally set.

BUT, i set the Outlook on PC for a User.. i log out.. and if log in to other PC, Outlook want, that i set a new Email Account.

can you help me? is that possible? likes in Exchange?

thanks for your answer

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You need to use roaming profiles for your users.

We do this and it works perfectly, but the kerio connector needs to sync on each new PC.

You do not need to set up the account information again.

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