Hi. This office has been running Kerio Connect ver 7.4.0 for a while now on a Dell server running Windows Server 2000. The office has been mostly running Outlook 2003 with little fuss on both XP and Windows 7 PC's. One person was using Outlook 2007 on an XP notebook and that work fine as well. The person with the Outlook 2007 recently got two Windows 7 Pro workstations running Office 2010, one for himself and one for his assistant. The assistant got her new new machine first I was able to set that up OK with little fuss, including adding access to both a shared office calendar and a shared office contacts folder.
I then set up the second new Win7 PC for the guy, and that seemed OK at first but then problems start happening. First a syncing lag developed between the guy's iPhone and his Win7 PC in terms of email. He also complained of slowness. I ran the usual speed up tricks for Win7 (which sometimes has network performance issues) and reinstalled a different version of the Kerio client. That fixed the speed issue, but then he noticed he had no more access to the shared office folders. When you tried to expand "Public Folders," there would be just a MAP_E error message. I went to check the assistant's PC and oddly enough her Outlook start doing the same thing.
I then tried updated Kerio Connect to the latest version that would run on Windows Server 2000, ver. 7.4.3, but that still didn't fix the problem. There were already plans in place to update/upgrade the server, but that's still another month or so off. I went through the discussion forums looking for other things to try, including creating new profiles, but nothing seems to work. And the guy doesn't want to go back to Outlook 2007.
Any other things to try would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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