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misteritguru

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Hello Kerio Users,

I'm thinking of building a test rig.

I need to get confirmation of which clients works with which Kerio Version

I'm thinking of installing Kerio 7.4.0, 7.4.1 and 7.4.2 and on each version testing iCal.

What I don't have is a list of tests to perform. Can the community help me??

I've got a cloud setup, where I can fire up the different versions, and I'm currently installing OSX 10.6-8 on some laptops here to test functionality.

What I want to do is find the combination that actually works - As more and more of my clients upgrade their Mac to the latest shiny cupertino offering, my help desk is drowning is stupid questions, and confused people who are missing meetings, unable to delete items, don't trust the public folders, feel the need to double check resource bookings - I need people to have faith in my systems, and after reading forum posts that people are waiting longer than 3 months for fixes?

Remember it's not KERIO that gets it in the neck it's YOU. for three reasons:

For choosing it
Because your the "Go to Guy" when IT stuff doesn't work
For not ditching it, and getting a different 'working' product


Those three rules apply to any product, not just kerio!


Ultimately, I'd love to install the latest version of Kerio Connect, and have it just work with every Card Dav client, Cal Dav client, and IMAP client - So long as I have a provider for these three services, I can run my infrastructure - So it's very important that it "Just Works" Anyone interested in my findings when I get them?
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tonyswu

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I think that's great. I am working on something similar in our internal network, but if you've got a cloud solution going, that's wonderful. And I would certainly be interested in seeing your result.
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misteritguru

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I've not had time to work on this last few days - As a bank holiday is coming up, (In England at least), my workload went through the roof.
I'm planning on installing Kerio under CentOS - I'm assuming that the different versions are feature identical? By that I mean a problem on Kerio on CentOS will exist on Kerio running on OSX - so I'll work in an environment that I'm comfortable with.

I've got a triple boot laptop with 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8 installed on it. Can I get some recommendations for what test I should run when I get it up and running?
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misteritguru

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Bank Holiday is over, and the post holiday crazy rush has just started to wind down. I was expecting more responses, more replies - But honestly, if no one is interested, then I'm not feeling as motivated as I was last week.

I'll give it a few more days, then I'll see where we are then.
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