There are a few questions that we get a lot about Kerio MailServer 6.0. This is an attempt to answer some of them, here.
This post will be updated if there are more questions to be answered. Also keep an eye on our Knowledge Base at http://support.kerio.com/ for more detailed answers.
+ Can I synchronize my handheld device to Kerio MailServer 6?
Not directly over the network. However, it should be very easy to synchronize your handheld device to Outlook or Entourage in the normal way that you would do that (with the connector provided from your handheld manufacturer).
If you experience any difficulties sync'ing your handheld to Outlook with the Kerio Outlook Connector, email support<at>kerio.com and let us know.
+ Does Kerio MailServer 6.0 support Entourage 2004?
Yes, KMS 6.0 should fully support Entourage 2004. If you experience any problems, email support<at>kerio.com.
+ Does Kerio MailServer 6.0 support Apple OpenDirectory on Mac OS X 10.3?
Yes! Install the "Apple OpenDirectory Extensions" on your OpenDirectory server (you must do this now for both 10.2 and 10.3). Then, you can set up the domain properties in Kerio MailServer (Configuration -> Domain -> click on a domain -> properties... -> Directory Services) to connect to OpenDirectory.
After that is working, you can use the "Add..." button in Kerio MailServer to add OpenDirectory users to KMS. All their settings will be stored in OpenDirectory.
+ Does Kerio MailServer 6.0 support Apple's iCal?
No. However, we do support synchronization of your calendar with Entourage.
+ How do I set up Kerio MailServer to interact with Entourage?
You have to create an "Exchange Account." For Entourage X, this requires a free update from Microsoft.
Go to "Manual Setup," when asked. Leave out the "domain," and set your "Exchange Server", "SMTP Server", and "Free/Busy Server" on the various tabs to the hostname or IP address of your Kerio MailServer 6.0.
[Updated on: Thu, 22 July 2004 19:07]
2nd Level Support Engineer, USA
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