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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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mistamilla

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Is there any news?
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Thanks, but I still see no Tech Specs in Safari, the page only works correct in Chrome...


I can't agree on this. Safari and Chrome are just working fine.

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Is there any news?


There's no official annoucement yet for the macOS 10.13 High Sierra server support.

[Updated on: Tue, 07 November 2017 20:50]

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Think Fixed

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Carly (GFI) wrote on Thu, 12 October 2017 09:47
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.


High Sierra was released on September 25, 2017. It's now March 3, 2018, almost 6 months. So, are your Apple using customers supposed to just put up with this inconvenience? Will you give us a discount on our software maintenance? This is not acceptable. I have been working with Kerio Connect for 11 years, and I have never been made to wait this long for the product to support a new version of macOS. The longest Kerio went was 3 weeks. The past few years, a new version was released BEFORE Apple's new OS shipped. This is obviously not a priority for GFI. Marginalizing Mac users is a very dangerous thing.

Howie Isaacks
Systems Engineer | Apple Solutions Consultant
Think Fixed LLC, Dallas and Fort Worth

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fishtech

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I need to buy a new Mac server asap.

A new Mac server will only be available with 10.13 pre-installed (or probably 10.14 if I wait a few days).

It's just about a year since 10.13 was released... when will 10.13 be supported?

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Johan Gunverth

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You can install 10.11 on brand new Mac mini and Mac Pro. Just erase the APFS partition and reformat as HFS+. I just replaced an old Mac Pro on 10.11 with a brand new SSD Mac mini at a customer and moved everything with Time Machine.
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According to this GFI-page, High Sierra is supported:

https://www.gfi.com/products-and-solutions/email-and-messagi ng-solutions/kerio-connect/specifications/system-requirement s



Thanks. Evidently it is supported according to the page you reference.

When I searched Google for "Kerio Connect System Requirements" I got the following result first (which does not show High Sierra is supported):

https://www.kerio.com/content/connect-system-requirements

Thanks,

ft.
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fishtech

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According to this GFI-page, High Sierra is supported:




Unfortunately it looks like Open Directory plugin is not supported in High Sierra.

Can anyone from Kerio/GFI/the other company confirm?

Thanks,

ft.
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