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macjimbo

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I renewed my licence thinking I wouldn't need Exchange ActiveSync and would use IMAP/CardDAV/CalDAV as recommended.

However I forgot that IMAP has no push email.

So I want to add ActiveSync back but don't know how to do that! I can use one of the resellers to add users or upgrade a licence, but can't see how I would add ActiveSync on the existing licences?

Kerio help please!

thanks

James
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camisy

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you should be able to do this through your reseller as well. EAS is an extension like Sophos AV.
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benjalamelami

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Anyone does know why does Kerio recommend not using EAS?
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camisy

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benjalamelami wrote on Mon, 20 May 2013 23:04
Anyone does know why does Kerio recommend not using EAS?



In your other post you asked why Kerio does not recommend using EWS. So again, EWS is being used eg with Outlook 2011. Where did you read it's not recommended? IMAP and *DAV are free protocols no one needs to pay for. MS EAS supports push but it costs money. I guess it's up to you what you wanna use.
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macjimbo

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OK I had to do this by phone, as the reseller's website didn't allow for adding extensions to existing licences. But they were helpful.

Kerio's recent news releases and articles have clearly recommended the IMAP/CardDAV/CalDAV free/open source system over Exchange ActiveSync. Why? Well because they're free I guess and they can only see the cost of Exchange licences continuing to go up. But for me I need push email, so ActiveSync is my only option right now.
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