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Just did the upgrade to KMS6.0 final.

The only bugbear is that mail backup is screwed up. KMS5 stored this to the backup folder, and now it is in the archive folder, and with different naming conventions (eg. 2004-07 is now 2004-Jul, so my existing months backups are now in 2 folders - grrr).

I've moved my folders over to the archive directory, yet I still don't have access to them via IMAP or Webmail anymore. When I checked the GUI, there is no longer an option to set the archive mail administrator, as there was in release candidate 1. The KMS user manual still refers to the functionality of RC1. It isn't there in the final release.

Is there something new in the final version I am missing here? Why don't I have access anymore to my archive mail from my admin account?
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Kerio support just confirmed this is broken.

"This feature is in the middle of being redesigned by development. Right now none of the user accounts can view the archive folders from an email client. You can access the archive folders through your file system. Development should have the redesign work done in a few weeks."

Not sure how we go from RC1 to final and this feature is broken......

That aside, the new version looks pretty good and was worth the upgrade for the spam filtering upgrade alone.
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