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On any of our Linux boxes we cannot upgrade to 8.4.1 as I get this error:

error: kerio-connect-8.4.1-3789-linux-x86_64.rpm: Header SHA1 digest: BAD
error: kerio-connect-8.4.1-3789-linux-x86_64.rpm cannot be installed

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Think Fixed

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Thanks for posting this. I work with a lot of CentOS Kerio Connect servers. This could be useful. I haven't ran into this issue myself though.

Howie Isaacks
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Yeah, the last 2 updates have not gone smoothly where they used to be a piece of cake. I did a fresh install of a server on CentOS 6.6 that went amazingly well so I figured the installer was fine but something was wrong with CentOS itself.

Fun times.

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