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Does anyone know what this does/how this works, exactly? And more importantly, has anyone ever gotten this to work?

Does this means that authenticated Kerberos clients can authenticate to the mail server via Kerberos? Or?

The documentation conveniently skips over this.

PS: What's this Kerio VoiceMail product mentioned in the Admin Console help file?

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Hey Jacob. You know, that's a good question. Smile

I think it's supposed to allow Outlook to use the Windows NTLM auth when you're on a domain, without having to deal with Outlook password authentication. I've never tried it, here.

You know, I've asked the developers and we'll see what they say. Smile


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