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jonbrain

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Hi Guys

Unfortunately I don't have a test server anymore to install the beta.

Is there any chance of someone posting screenshots. I would especialy love to see the webmail interface.
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jshaw541

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Your wish is my command:

http://people.sps.lane.edu/jshaw/kms/kms6beta/

Cripes, this took much longer than expected.

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jonbrain

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Wow, top job. Thankyou very much. From the screenshots it is looking great! Really want the final version to be released with compatibility for OS X 10.3.

Thanks again.

Jono.
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mkanat

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jonbrain wrote on Fri, 18 June 2004 09:41

Wow, top job. Thankyou very much. From the screenshots it is looking great! Really want the final version to be released with compatibility for OS X 10.3.


KMS 5 and 6 do. support 10.3, now. They just don't support the OpenDirectory in 10.3.

-Max

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jonbrain

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Its useless to me without Apple Open directory support.
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freakinvibe

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Great job.

You can test Web Mail online at

http://62.2.90.189

Username: demo
Password: demo

Regards, Pascal

[Updated on: Wed, 23 June 2004 09:09]


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jshaw541

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You might want to include a user and password? Other than that, the login screen looks neat ;)



freakinvibe wrote on Tue, 22 June 2004 04:29

Great job.

You can test Web Mail online at

http://62.2.90.189

Regards, Pascal


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jshaw541

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According to Max's FAQ sticky at the top of the forums, they're actively committed to getting Open Directory working before they release 6.0.



jonbrain wrote on Sat, 19 June 2004 02:41

Its useless to me without Apple Open directory support.


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Previous post edited.

User: demo
Password: demo

URL: http://62.2.90.189

Regards, Pascal

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