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I wonder if anyone can get it run ...
I tested KMS6.03 on W2k Serv RUS + KOC 6.03(a) and MS Outlook 2000/XP/2003 RUS as a replacement for MS Exchange.
Every setting were set according to Kerio's manual. All "MS-specific" folders (contacts/tasks e.t.c) work quite well but .. user can not send no one message using MS OL. It stops with error message :
'Unknown ERROR 0x80041004'.
Outgoing letters appear in Outbox folder and stay there 'till either user gets into his box by WebMail or I remove this message by explorer from mail folder on server. User has no control under letters in Outbox folder from MS Outlook.Only trying to open a letter he gets an error : "0x80040114 MAPI_E_UNABLE_TO_ABORT".
The same time you can see in KMS Administration console->Active connection following:
Protocol: SMTP
Secure: No
Time: 00:05:50
User: (empty field)
Info: From <> to <>

Is it appropriate result? Kerio doesn't support Rus localization now and I have to wait further versions of KOC?

[Updated on: Sun, 17 October 2004 21:07]

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