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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio Connect 7.2.2 - July 21, 2011

Kerio Connect
* Added support for Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
* Added support for Apple iCal and Apple AddressBook on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
- Fixed high CPU usage when synchronizing contact with picture over WebDAV protocols.
- Changed folder name was not synchronized to Microsoft Outlook 2011.

Kerio Connect Administration
* Added support for Safari 5.1.
- Fixed random Javascript error in Message Queue window.

Kerio WebMail
* Added support for Safari 5.1.

Kerio Active Directory Extension
No change.

Kerio Open Directory Extension
No change.


Download link: http://www.kerio.com/connect/download

[Updated on: Thu, 01 September 2011 17:32]

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it@leonardsexpress.com

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we need to know when Kerio Connect 7.2.3 will be release as 7.2.2 version has a MAJOR bug in it where e-mails that are deleted on the server DO NOT delete from the Blackberry Devices using BES.

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it<_at_>leonardsexpress.com wrote on Wed, 24 August 2011 15:00
we need to know when Kerio Connect 7.2.3 will be release as 7.2.2 version has a MAJOR bug in it where e-mails that are deleted on the server DO NOT delete from the Blackberry Devices using BES.


This is fixed in Kerio Connect 7.2.3. Please note that Kerio Connector for BlackBerry profile cache has to be emptied after the upgrade.
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We upgraded to 7.2.3 and can confirm this has been fixed!!!

Here is our process.
1) STOP all BES services
2) Upgrade mail server
3) Upgrade KBC
4) Empty BES cache
5) START all BES services

Let it rebuild! So far so good, and faster!
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it@leonardsexpress.com

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How do you empty the BES cache?

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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it<_at_>leonardsexpress.com wrote on Tue, 06 September 2011 14:02
How do you empty the BES cache?


See the Release notes document, section Upgrade. The document is available on download page or at http://download.kerio.com/dwn/kerio-connect-notes-en.pdf
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Since the release notes for 7.2.3 are no longer easily findable on the site can we have someone post the official procedure for clearing the BES cache here?
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chad.mcdonald

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For the benefit of others searching for this I've found the release notes for 7.2.3 and this is the process for emptying the BES cache:

Cache in Kerio Connector for BlackBerry profile must be emptied after upgrade to version 7.2.3. Choose Maintenance/Empty Cache option in Kerio Connector for BlackBerry settings (located in BlackBerry Server Configuration application, option BlackBerry Server/Edit MAPI Profile).
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