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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio Connect 8.3.3 - Oct 16, 2014

Please read the Release notes before installing.

Download link: http://www.kerio.com/support/kerio-connect

[Updated on: Thu, 23 October 2014 10:04]

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Thanks for pushing this out in time for OS X Yosemite. So far, I haven't seen any issues. I loaded 8.3.3 on my own server so that I can act as the guinea pig before I upgrade my customers. I can now finally run Kerio Connect admin in Safari again Very Happy Laughing Chrome was working well, but I don't like Chrome.

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SMTP and SMTPS didn't restart after installing 8.3.3 for me. I was able to start both services manually.


[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] socklib.cpp: Cannot bind IPv6 socket: (48) Address already in use
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] ProtocolServiceDerives.cpp: Cannot start service SMTP on port 25, unable to bind service to all IP addresses
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] ProtocolService.cpp: Service SMTP failed to start
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] socklib.cpp: Cannot bind IPv6 socket: (48) Address already in use
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] ProtocolServiceDerives.cpp: Cannot start service SUBMISSION on port 587, unable to bind service to all IP addresses
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] ProtocolService.cpp: Service SUBMISSION failed to start
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Yosemite is out!
Kerio Update for Yosemite too!
Great! Smile
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Eric d wrote on Fri, 17 October 2014 18:22
SMTP and SMTPS didn't restart after installing 8.3.3 for me. I was able to start both services manually.


[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] socklib.cpp: Cannot bind IPv6 socket: (48) Address already in use
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] ProtocolServiceDerives.cpp: Cannot start service SMTP on port 25, unable to bind service to all IP addresses
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] ProtocolService.cpp: Service SMTP failed to start
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] socklib.cpp: Cannot bind IPv6 socket: (48) Address already in use
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] ProtocolServiceDerives.cpp: Cannot start service SUBMISSION on port 587, unable to bind service to all IP addresses
[16/Oct/2014 23:57:39] ProtocolService.cpp: Service SUBMISSION failed to start


That looks like a conflict with another mail program on your server. Make sure that no other process is using SMTP ports.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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robertlach wrote on Fri, 17 October 2014 19:39
Yosemite is out!
Kerio Update for Yosemite too!
Great! Smile


Thank you!
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Julian

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SSL3 is not disabled by default?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Julian wrote on Fri, 17 October 2014 23:55
SSL3 is not disabled by default?


No. But you can disable it: http://tinyurl.com/KerioPoodle
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio) wrote on Thu, 16 October 2014 15:55
Kerio Connect 8.3.3 - Oct 16, 2014
Please read the Release notes before installing.

Sorry, but where is the release notes?

I can't find in the new site.

[Updated on: Wed, 22 October 2014 12:56]


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Think Fixed

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Roger_cwb wrote on Wed, 22 October 2014 05:55
Pavel Dobry (Kerio) wrote on Thu, 16 October 2014 15:55
Kerio Connect 8.3.3 - Oct 16, 2014
Please read the Release notes before installing.

Sorry, but where is the release notes?

I can't find in the new site.



http://www.kerio.com/support/kerio-connect/release-history Enjoy Cool

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Cool. Any notes or info on shared calendar changes?
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miker789 wrote on Wed, 22 October 2014 08:49
Cool. Any notes or info on shared calendar changes?


What specifically are you curious about? If you're having problems with shared calendars, let us hear about them so that we can help.

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Have a thread here: http://forums.kerio.com/t/26015// on the shared issue.
It appears from one person so far that the "shared" calendars now show up under the Windows Menu like it used to before 8.2.

I'm hesitant to believe for sure since that is only one person reporting and there is no mention of this in the release notes or history file. I would figure that something of that magnitude would be documented.

The second concern is if this is true, what happens right after upgrading the server at the client end?
- Dialog box explaining the change.
- No message.
- Shared calendars disappear from left column.
- Shared calendars stay in left column and also show up under the Windows Menu.

I'd like to be able to warn my clients ahead of time on what the expected behavior will be.

Thanks,

Mike
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So far Yosemite not too bad. Kerio updated and initial inspection shows working well, except:-

You are unable to add invitees to a public calendar event.

Prior to kerio 8.3.3 personal calendar file would not allow invitees on yosemite calendar.

Any thoughts please.

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Lets try again after my post disappeared.

Yosemite Calendar - Public Calendars on Kerio Connect 8.3.3
It is now NOT possible to add calendar invites to public calendars

Yosemite Calendar - Personal Calendars on Kerio Connect 8.3.3
You can now add invites to personal calendars since 8.3.3, prior kerio 8.3.2 & Yosemite calendar you could not.

Any updates on adding invitees on public calendars.

We have tested on 2 x servers, using exchange connector, caldav manually as well as kerio config installer.


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