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Thomasso

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Hi,

I have recently had a problem connecting to a mailboks setup in Kerio 5.7.4 on a Windows 2003 server box.
Any experiences with this setup and can this cause problems for Kerio Mailserver?

I have setup the mailboxes as descriped in the manual and forwarded the appropriate ports to the server from my firewall and router but I keep getting messages saying that the password is incorrect even though I have verifyid it several times.

Thanks in advance!
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freakinvibe

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Again the question: Have you put in the full e-mail address as user name?

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jshaw541

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Try upgrading first to the latest in the KMS 5.7.x series. I'm not sure if 5.7.4 fully supported Windows 2003 or didn't have some Win2K3 related bugs.

After that, if you still have a problem, it's probably not the mail server, per say. We're running a high-traffic KMS server on Windows 2003 here, and it runs just fantastic.

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