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We are about to switch Kerio directory authentication from Open Directory to Active Directory. The procedure is very straight forwarded and tested yet there is a huge issue with Outlook 2011 for mac clients.
It seems that if we do switch authentication services over, Outlook for Mac on re-authentication to Kerio, will prompt to work offline or remove the offline cache thus forcing a re-sync of the entire mailbox!
We have 140 Users and cannot afford to have all users re-sync their mailboxes after we switch over to AD. So I am hoping someone out there has any advise or tips for us.
The odd thing here is that we are not switching servers or even changing the login method as far as outlook is concerned. It should be a seamless switch for Outlook yet it seems to get upset with the change and decides to go offline.

Any advise will be so greatly appreciated!


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