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Please have the opportunity to tell someone how to do that Kerio do a stop / start the process automatically each day without a set schedule has made ​​me manually???

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Setup a script with something like "net stop keriomailserver" that's set to run once a day should do the trick. Kind of depends on the OS you are running thouh.

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First, I'd recommend please avoid double posts and use a proper subject for your thread.
Take a look at this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cron

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as previous posters said, you can use a script to do this.

But just to clarify, you want kerio to start and stop and a particular time? for example: stop from 23:00 and start from 06:00? If so, the script would do the job.

Please tell us what Server are you using (linux or windows) and we can assist you further.

My recommendation would be to leave the mail server on without stopping and starting, but for whatever reason you want, it is doable.
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