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dpynn

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Hello folks,

I have seen 1 or 2 other posts about this but no definitive indication as to whether it can configured. We are testing Kerio Connect (which is excellent by the way). We have the email server running and want to use KOC to have Outlook as our users' front end.

We already have purchased and use Symantec PGP (as is a requirement by our clients/customers) Has there been any further discussion or is there going to be any support for encrypting emails using KOC and Symantec PGP?

Unfortunately, as much as we like Kerio it would be a deal breaker if there is no way to get this to work. Does anyone have success with this, or is this a lost cause right now?

Thanks everyone
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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If the Symantec PGP is using standard MAPI integration in Outlook, it should work with Kerio Outlook Connector.
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