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mistamilla

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Is it safe to upgrade a 10.12.6-Server to 10.13 High Sierra (Mac mini with 3rd-party SSD)? Will Kerio Connect Server run with the new APFS filesystem? On the Website I can't find any actual System requirements...
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Carly (GFI)

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Hi mistamilla - You can find the full system specs here: http://www.kerio.com/support/kerio-connect

It does not include macOS 10.13 High Sierra.

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mistamilla

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Thanks, but I still see no Tech Specs in Safari, the page only works correct in Chrome...
And when will it be safe to upgrade our Servers to High Sierra 10.13?
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Carly (GFI)

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I use Safari and can't replicate your issue of not seeing tech specs. At any rate, we don't have a date for adding support for High Sierra yet.
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mistamilla

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This is not a good trend for Kerio. A higher price with less support and less development? It's sad to see many customers leaving the ship. We are also looking around for alternatives for our hosting, if these rumours are coming true.
macOS High Sierra is out for a while (Beta for months) and there is no solution, no timeline or other positive information?
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