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Miroslav Osladil (Kerio)

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Hi developers!

What's your most frequent task you usually do when managing your Kerio Connect server?

  • Creating new users?
  • Changing passwords?
  • Checking mailing queue?

Let us know so we can prepare some new examples for you that will suit your needs.

We are looking to your feedback.

Thank you very much!

Miroslav Osladil
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Kerio Technologies

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JEREMYNO

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most Creating new users Smile
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I can't say there is anything I do frequently. Of course I'm not typically doing admin tasks - most of the time I'm looking at administration because I'm either trying to fix a problem or am simply turning on some feature that needs to be on.

I think that in general, just documenting every call with an example clip (not a full program, but more than just header info) would be helpful. The problem with the sparse stuff you have now is that (because of unfamiliarity with the interfaces) I get sucked into the rabbit hole, descending deeper and deeper as I chase down what is actually meant. By the time I emerge with the rabbit in my teeth, I've forgotten what I was after in the first place!

I still haven't gotten back to finish the last API related project I was looking at. Just too many other shiny objects distracting me!

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Miroslav Osladil (Kerio)

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Great, thank you guys!

Miroslav Osladil
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My IT Indy

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Adding/removing users, changing passwords
also it would be awesome if we could somehow have the ability to update Kerio Connect from 1 interface on all platforms we install on. We manage two dozen or so installs and they vary from Mac, Linux, even Windows.

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Checking logs and queue, checking storage usage, adding domains, add/edit/del users/groups/aliases

@HoosierMac Thats just given me a thought - an API based web admin (identical to real web admin) that you can install centrally and use to manage a number of installs would be AWSOME, bonus for connect and control admin in one
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Here's another idea, how about the ability to pull user info for billing purposes? We are a hosted provider and it would be awesome if we could establish certain rates and directly pull the usage info right from the servers, import it into a billing solution, and generate invoices?

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Dusan Vitek (Kerio)

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@HoosierMac - Is there a particular billing system you like to use?

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Dusan Vitek (Kerio) wrote on Thu, 31 May 2012 13:25
@HoosierMac - Is there a particular billing system you like to use?


Right now we use Quickbooks on Windows which has an API for integrating apps to it. Our helpdesk currently uses that API as well and dumps XML files for us to directly import into Quickbooks for billing.

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