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antlane

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Now that the webmail on Kerio 6 is PHP based, will it be possible to run it through IIS rather than on Kerio's inbuilt webserver?
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sidbarker

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Looking at the PHP files they have in their webmail system, the answer would seem to be yes and no.

Yes, if you have your PHP / ASP call their PHP files. They have various variables / functions of their own in there by the looks of it.
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Rumor has it that Kerio is going to be revamping the PHP code in future (beta? final?) versions of KMS 6.0, so I would wait before putting too much effort into this quite yet.

The PHP code in the current beta version is obfuscated beyond all recognition, so it's a real chore even trying to figure out what the code does, let alone if it will run on IIS.

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After digging deeper (to find out why the rules bit still doesn't work in Opera)... I noticed how "obfuscated" it all was.
After them saying it was all done in PHP, and people could modify it.... I was suprised to see the naming they had used.
I sure hope they do de-obfuscate it (I love that word!)
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If you look better at those scripts, you'll see, that we are using our own php function, so u cannot use default PHP, we've extended it.

Bronislav Klucka
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jshaw541

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sidbarker wrote on Mon, 28 June 2004 09:52

After digging deeper (to find out why the rules bit still doesn't work in Opera)... I noticed how "obfuscated" it all was.
After them saying it was all done in PHP, and people could modify it.... I was suprised to see the naming they had used.
I sure hope they do de-obfuscate it (I love that word!)


When I asked Kerio this question, I was told that they plan to release a new php webmail setup, and that it will have some sort of user-accessible API. I don't know if they're going to de-obfuscate stuff, but it seems they will provide a lot of customization functionality.

What this means exactly, I don't know yet.

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