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robjfrost is currently offline robjfrost

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Hi All I have an in-house mac pro running Kerio Connect and it has run nicely for years.
But as our users are heavy mail and calendar users and we keep on growing.
I need to consider maybe moving to a multi server solution as the Raid starts to struggle, as we have several global sites to cater for now.

Is it possible to run the multi server on mac pros/macOS or similar? Or from the looks of things does it have to be Linux based?

Any help appreciated.. as I'm not overly keen with the MS365 option which I'm told is the best solution for a large mac environment mail solution but is looking like a possibility at the moment.. Especially if i have to start to introduce Linux in the mix.

Thanks Rob
Bud Durland is currently offline Bud Durland

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To be honest, it looks to me as if multi-server is a dead-end product. You might want to investigate distributed domain instead.
robjfrost is currently offline robjfrost

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Thanks Bud.. I'm looking at testing distributed domains as I write.. So I'm hoping that might solve some issues..
Pavel Dobry (Kerio) is currently offline Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Multi-server is possible to run on Linux only for easier deployment we highly recommend to use prepared virtual appliances (VMX, OVF). So you can run it on macOS as long as you can run virtualized systems there (Vmware Fusion, vSphere or eg. VirtualBox).
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