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Machete

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Has there ever been any thought given by Kerio to create a small amount of sub-forums for Connect? There's over 60,000 messages in the very active forum here (that's great) but they are all lumped together.

I'm not a Mac guy anymore so I get tired of skimming past those and it may be just as helpful to those who are to have those messages surrounding the Mail App, Yosemite, etc in one consolidated place.

Like wise, having all the iOS issues in one place would be helpful to me as I support multiple iOS devices.

Totally low priority - but just wanted to mention this to see if anyone else shared the same view?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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We did this in the past as a special sub-forum for announcements only (for easier email subscription). It was a failure. Users ignored this forum and posted questions to the main one. So we've moved it back to the main forum.
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Machete

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Thanks for the reply Pavel - not to add workload to Kerio, but couldn't your team as Forum Moderators move appropriate posts?

Again just a suggestion - unless I need something specifically, I come here 1-2 times a month to skim through other issues to either chime in with a helpful suggestion or see other issues people are facing to know what I might face in a future situation or something to make sure my users don't do. Just get tired of skimming past tons of posts that don't apply to me and thought a little more organization might help others find what they are looking for faster.

It could also help your team only really monitor the sections that apply to them within Connect.

I hear and feel your frustration for it being a failure but I'd apply the logic that sometimes change takes a little admin patience and effort for end users to adopt - even when it's in their best interest.

In my little part of the world I'm an Admin and if I didn't push users to adopt new formats, I'd still be using POP3 and have no use for the Connect product. In this case, Kerio is the admin, and we're the users. Just my $.02 and even if nothing changes, I appreciate your time to respond.
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