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I am very pleased to see the Operator Client as a native App on macOS.
It works well and is received well by all clients I show this to.

However, the configuration and setting of preferences of these apps needs improvement.

We would like to be able to configure clients via MDM Profile (ie .mobileconfig) or at least via "defaults write" commands.
We cannot find the preference files where the Kerio Operator or Connect clients are stored. Are they stored on the server and a cookie or session id is stored on the client?

There are standard com.kerio.operator.plist and com.kerio.connect.plist files created, but there is no user specific information stored in here.

Given Apple are moving to begin to enforce the standard system supported way of an App storing user data and preferences in the coming year, this would be a good time for Kerio's clients to be able to do this.

I know it doesn't take much to configure each client, but this becomes a chore when you have more than even a few users to be setup in both Kerio connect and Operator apps.

Some automated, scripted way to do this would be much appreciated.

[Updated on: Tue, 01 November 2016 03:33]


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