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robjfrost

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Hi
I imagine this will most likely be a yes, but i wondered if anyone knows if the support or the continuation of research and development of Kerio Connect for macs carry on? Especially now Kerio is under new management?

My concern is as the storage crossover to APFS is in the not so distant future for macs.
I would assume this will bring speed improvements to the Storage over HFS+ which is needed.
Will Kerio Connect migrate to the newer storage technology?

Just wondered if anyone had any info on this, i know its early days but thought id ask..
Trying to plan for future growth.. not stir up anything..

Thanks

Rob
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While the boot volume on a Mac will use APFS, it's likely that you can still format your store and backup volumes as any compatible format. Apple created APFS mainly for optimized use on SSDs.

Howie Isaacks
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