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Skydiver84de

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Hi there. Is it possible for you to publish a simple list which BESX Version is currently supported? 5.0 is too weak!

Is 5.0.3 MR1 fully supported now with 7.2.3?

And what is the best way to update KBC? Last time NOTHING worked after the update.

I had to deinstall it, delete all the files on HDD and in the registry and install it again. It took hours and is crap for business use.

Thanks for considering...

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Mario
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auara

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Kerio Connect 7.2.3 support BESX 5.0.3 Cool
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Giovanni It

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Really!?
Have you tried them or are you telling that because you have readed it in the documentation? Right now I can't make them work correctly and support told me there is a known bug, at least since the 7.2.2 version (when I updated Kerio)

[Updated on: Wed, 14 September 2011 21:46]

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Giovanni It

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[Updated on: Wed, 14 September 2011 22:20]

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