I was wondering how Kerio recommended users configure Apple Mail (IMAP client settings) for use with Kerio Connect. I see no mention of this in either the Administrator's Guide or the User's Guide.
For example, Google recommends the following IMAP client settings when using Apple Mail with their Gmail service.
Gmail Recommended IMAP client settings for Apple Mail
From the Mail menu, click Preferences > Accounts > Mailbox Behaviours
Store draft messages on the server > do NOT check
Store sent messages on the server > do NOT check
Store junk messages on the server > checked
Delete junk messages when > Never
Move deleted messages to the Trash mailbox > do NOT check
Store deleted messages on the server > do NOT check
What IMAP client settings does Kerio recommend users apply when using Apple Mail with a Kerio Connect account?
[Updated on: Thu, 14 July 2011 03:30]
I have all those folders set to store on the server.
Additionally, you'll want to make sure Apple Mail is set to use the proper IMAP folders in your accounts on the Kerio server. For Sent, the folder Kerio uses is called Sent Items. For Deleted, the folder Kerio uses is called Deleted Items. For Junk, the folder Kerio uses is called Junk E-mail. Apple Mail tends to want to use folders called Sent Messages, Deleted Messages, and Junk (IIRC).
Once you've created your IMAP account in Apple Mail, go to the sidebar in Mail, scroll down to your IMAP account and click on the triangle next to the name of the IMAP account to expose the mailboxes within. To fix your Deleted Items folder, click on the Deleted Items folder, go to the Mailbox menu, choose the Use This Mailbox For > command, then choose Trash. The Deleted Items folder will disappear from the list of mailboxes in your IMAP account, but now the Trash folder at the top of your list of mailboxes will be correctly associated with this mailbox.
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