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Kerio Connect 9.0 - Nov 18 2015

New user experience for the Kerio Connect Client

The web based Kerio Connect Client has a complete design refresh and includes significant interaction design improvements.

Read more in our Knowledge Base in the Kerio Connect Client category

Filtering messages on the server

Administrators can now apply message filters directly on the server on both the incoming and outgoing messages. You can, for example, add recipients based on sender information, send auto-reply messages, redirect all emails to another mailbox, specify additional actions for spam, and so on.

Read more in our Knowledge Base in the Filtering messages on the server

Configuring additional SMTP relay servers

Administrators can now specify different SMTP relay servers for different domains, senders, recipients, and so on.

Read more in our Knowledge Base in the Configuring the SMTP server

Upgrading Kerio Connect remotely

Administrators can now upgrade Kerio Connect remotely from any browser via the Kerio Connect administration interface without having to download the installation package to the server manually.

Read more in our Knowledge Base in the Upgrading Kerio Connect

New Audit log

In the new Audit log, administrators can keep track of all user authentication attempts.

Read more in our Knowledge Base in the Managing logs in Kerio Connect

Support for IPv6

Kerio Connect now supports IPv6. Services in Kerio Connect can now listen on both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, and administrators can specify IP address groups and access policies also using the IPv6 addresses.

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

[Updated on: Mon, 14 December 2015 13:11]


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Hi, after upgrading to 9.0 yesterday the Kerio Connect Admin interface takes very long time to load and navigation in admin interface is also slower, why? Is there ant difference in demands on hardware/memory for 9.0? Running on "old" HP DL380G4, 12GB RAM, 4x146,8GB in raid 5, OS is W2008R2. 110 users/accounts.

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I have noticed the same issue albeit we don't have quite the same spec.

Our server is core i3, 16GB RAM and has a 64GB SSD for Windows 2012 and a pair of mirrored 750GB SATA drives for the data. Up to 8.5.3 it ran like a dream. According the stats it was using between 1% and 2.5% processor and up to 2.7GB of RAM. Our maximum mailbox size is 10GB and over 55 users we have an average mailbox size of 3.5GB

Since the upgrade to 9.0 it takes up to 10 seconds for the webmail or admin panel to load in any browser. The exception to that is Opera and although not officially supported it does load a bit quicker in Opera.

Additionally since the upgrade I've checked and the processor and memory usage hasn't gone up so the speed issues are nothing to do with the spec of the machine but seem to be with the internal webserver in Kerio Connect.

Has anyone else seen this?

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I logged into the Kerio Connect v9 client on the Kerio website. I noticed under the drop-down menu in the upper RH corner of the screen that the "Old Webmail" option is gone. Does that officially mean that the Old Webmail client is gone for good with v9?

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Yes, you are correct.

From the release notes on our website:

Changes in System Requirements

Discontinued support

* 32-bit server operating systems (for new installations)
* Kerio WebMail and Kerio Webmail mini interfaces
* Microsoft Office 2003
* Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 and 9
* Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7 (for server installations)

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