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mkomuda

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Hello,
Few days ago I updated my MacBook from Lion to Mountain Lion. Before update Mail with Kerio worked great. After update something goes wrong.

I'm using Integration package from Kerio Webmail. Setup package finish succesful but Mail always ask my about password to my account.

I also tried to setup account manually but it is not working too.

Any ideas what is wrong ? Maybe this is my MacBook Air problem. Please Help !! Smile

Mariusz

[Updated on: Tue, 07 August 2012 16:25]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Check account settings in Apple Mail and make sure that authentication type is set to Plaintext instead of MD5.
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mkomuda

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Hello,

Thank you Pavel for your info. That was it. Kerio lock on account after 10 tries. After umlock Mail is working great.
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GlennK

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Is MD5 no longer working under Mountain Lion?
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