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chad.mcdonald

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I wasn't able to find an updated document detailing the changes needed to other files (other than the sendmail binary) on the knowledge base yet, perhaps one for the new version of Connect (7.2) is still being crafted?

The sendmail binary in 7.2 has new dependencies on OpenSSL and so if you're adjusting permission on the sendmail binary to get it working with PHP's mail command on your server (serving websites from the same server that KC is installed on) you need to also tweak a couple of new files.

In order to get php's mail command working on 7.2 I've found you need to set read and execute permissions on the sendmail binary itself as well as the files ktssl.0.9.9.dylib and ktcrypto.0.9.8.dylib in the mailserver directory. Failure to apply read and execute permissions to these two previously un-needed files (ktssl and ktcrypto) will cause the sendmail binary to crash.

Thanks to Kerio support for alerting me to these new dependencies in 7.2. Hope that this helps the rest of you.

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Thanks for taking the time to post your solution!
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