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I'm curious if multi-server is being supported and getting updates since the acquisition by GFI. And just how many people are actually using it in a production environment?

I went to download the Multi-Server appliance and had to go back to to find a working (deployable & bootable) version of the appliance. Latest releases are missing files to deploy in VMware, and other more recent versions Debian fails to boot.

Even in the appliance I had to boot to single user to remove the static IP before allowing the Kerio package configure application to run. (I'm sure there was a different way, but I wasn't sure what programs were being called on boot to to update debian, assign roles, install puppet, and update.)

I'm not even sure how to update this installation to version 9.2.5-3336-p3. The documentation talks about manual upgrades and references downloading kerio-connect-proxy-{version}.deb, but unable to find a these on the download site.

Looks like it was a promising project, but guessing it's not getting much attention now. Also know that we are struggling to get a working version of 9.2.6.

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