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mcicognani

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Often we compare Kerio Connect with Exchange (I know, Kerio is far better... Rolling Eyes ), but there is a feature in exchange I cannot find in KC:
Is it possible to maintain a per/user read/unread flag in public folders?

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spre

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mcicognani wrote on Wed, 16 May 2012 09:51
Often we compare Kerio Connect with Exchange (I know, Kerio is far better... Rolling Eyes ), but there is a feature in exchange I cannot find in KC:
Is it possible to maintain a per/user read/unread flag in public folders?



This is also a very important point for us.
Moving from Open Xchange to Kerio.
Any news or plans with this respect.

regards
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j.turley

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That would be an awesome feature to have, but wouldn't the mail client also need to support it?
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spre

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Well,

Let me recall:
- The webinterface is part of Kerio for sure
- KMail and Thunderbird support it, as we already used it with a plain postfix solution.
- and also the mobile Clients supported it.

So I dont think that it really is a functionality of the client, rather than the server.
I think - but I'm no expert, that even the underlying part of Kerio supports it.
So I'd suppose its only a missing (well I miss it) feature in the Kerio layer, but I leave this question to the experts Wink

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