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Hello guys,
whether customers or developers,

I've been using Kerio Connect since a few months with no real big troubles (or nothin really deadly)

Today I'd like to have feedback from users about Terminal Server Environments (if Outlook 2010 well, it's even better) (not interested in Citrix and Co... just classical windows TSE)

I've tried it on 2 Win2k8 servers plus Outlook 2010 => looked like the keriobackend process often went high in process rate. Was it due to mailbox contents or else? idk for now...

so that's why i'd like to ask if some of us are using the Kerio Connector in this environment and if all is ok for them (or if the support/development teams have feedback too)

thanks a lot !

Kind Regards,



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I have about five users with KOFF in a Win2008 terminal server and Office 2010 with no obvious issues. The same server has an additional twenty users on WebMail.

Your problems may be with mailbox size. I didn't want to take any chances so I forced all my KOFF users to a max of 1GB. I don't know if going bigger is an issue, but I didn't want to take the chance.
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