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moomo

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Which OS[ 12 votes ]
1.Windows 2 / 17%
2.Linux 10 / 83%

Linux or Windows ?

I am planning in buying Kerio Connect, We have about 30 - 50 users so which OS works the best, linux or windows , I have license for Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise so please let me now which OS you recommend .

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reinhold

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Hi,
We have Kerio Connect on both Linux and Windows servers, and they both perform well. My advice is take the OS that you are most experienced with.
Regards
/Brian

Brian Reinhold Jensen
Solutio ApS
Certified Business Partner
http://http://www.solutio.dk/loesninger/kerio-software/
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stupot1397

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I second what Brian says.

However, if you need to use NTLM authentication, then your only choice is Windows.

Regards

Stuart
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Kedar

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Another reason for Windows OS is BlackBerry support. BES requires Active Directory and must be installed on Windows Server system. You will save one server and money for HW+energy if all will be installed on one server. (Kerio Connect + BES connector + BES + AD)
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moomo

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I dont know I love LINUX but Windows is more user friendly I am more concern towards speed that all, as long as I will have same speed when checking emails on linux as compare to windows I am good with windows, I dont want any BB setup just plain window install and kerio install thats all no AD nothing.

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