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Is Kerio planning on improving the Kerio Connector for Outlook?
There's a fundamental problem with it: you can't add multiple Kerio Connector accounts to Outlook.

You can use folders from other accounts using Kerio's sharing features but by doing this, Outlook can't automatically select the correct sender address as outlook actually only has one account to work with.

You can add 'fake' imap/pop3 accounts to outlook in order to be able to send emails from a diferenten account but as all email is actually comming from the same account (the Kerio Connector one) Outlook is not able to automatically select the correct sender account.

When using things like Icewarp Server together with a connector like's one, you can add multiple accounts to outlook and outlook can successfully select the correct sender account depending on which account the email came from.

If Kerio is not planning to improve the Outlook connector, then we're not going to renew our licenses and we will be moving all Kerio setups to IceWarp's mailserver.

Note: besides this fundamental problem, Kerio Connector is slow slow slow compared to's connector.

Maybe Kerio should think about adding support for's connector instead of trying to build their own connector.

We, the users/customers, are complaining about this Kerio connector for years now and it looks like Kerio either doesn't care about it, or doesn't have the knowledge in house to solve all the issues.

[Updated on: Sun, 31 July 2011 13:44]


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akke wrote on Sun, 31 July 2011 13:42
Is Kerio planning on improving the Kerio Connector for Outlook?

Of course, for example see release history at what was changed from version 6.5.0 to 7.2.1
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