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Bud Durland

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I have read some reports of problems with ActiveSync e-mail on the new iOS. Reading between the lines, it seems to only affect mail server running in a Windows OS. I have kerio Connect 9.2.1 running on Linux (Debian). Will my users have problems if they upgrade the iOS? I've asked them to hold off for now.
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AndreasL

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Windows is not the problem. It can happen to all platforms if a http/2 connection is established. This can happen too if you are running a nginx proxy server with http/2 config. It es a 'feature' from Apple and everyone has to deal with it (disabling http/2 answers if you can). On Windows server 2016 it can be done with a registry change and fix this 'bug'

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Bud Durland

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So no guidance from GFI? I've not found any.
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