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osci

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We are currenlty looking at groupware solutions and Kerio is one of our choices. Right now, the only way to manager users is to use the Administrator Console. We want to provide a way to future customers to be able to manage their users with a Web interface. Does Kerio has any plan to create a Web administration interface ?

Or even better, does Kerio plans to offer a Java API for administration so that we can manage users and data for a Java application ?

Thanks.

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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osci wrote on Thu, 25 November 2004 19:41

We are currenlty looking at groupware solutions and Kerio is one of our choices. Right now, the only way to manager users is to use the Administrator Console. We want to provide a way to future customers to be able to manage their users with a Web interface. Does Kerio has any plan to create a Web administration interface ?

Or even better, does Kerio plans to offer a Java API for administration so that we can manage users and data for a Java application ?

Thanks.




Yes, web interface for managing of user accounts, aliases and groups will be in upcoming major release (6.1).
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lohelle

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IF(!) the 6.1 release is stable AND offers offline mode (local caching of mail in KOC) AND there will be a way for me to let "domain admins" configure their own users (and not see/change other domains), then Kerio will be a very good solution for both Exchange replacement AND mail hosting.. I think.. :)
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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lohelle wrote on Fri, 26 November 2004 10:29

IF(!) the 6.1 release is stable AND offers offline mode (local caching of mail in KOC) AND there will be a way for me to let "domain admins" configure their own users (and not see/change other domains), then Kerio will be a very good solution for both Exchange replacement AND mail hosting.. I think.. Smile



Offline mode (e-mails stored locally on the client together with calendars, contacts, public calendars and contacts) of Outlook and per-domain administration of users through web interface will be in KMS 6.1.
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jonbrain

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Hi Pavel

Will 6.1 include local caching to speed up browsing though your mail?

I have heard that once caching is enabled things like 'View by groups' and searching on message bodys will work. Is this true?

Thanks

Jono.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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jonbrain wrote on Fri, 26 November 2004 13:21

Hi Pavel

Will 6.1 include local caching to speed up browsing though your mail?

I have heard that once caching is enabled things like 'View by groups' and searching on message bodys will work. Is this true?

Thanks

Jono.


Yes, it's true. Emails, contacts and events will be stored in local .pst files and synchronized with KMS account. Groupware functions will be available also for users with notebooks who need offline work.
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is there an estimate of the release date of 6.1 ?

and will the mailserver have PHP5 then, or will it stil be using PHP4?

[Updated on: Fri, 26 November 2004 19:11]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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RHarmsen.nl wrote on Fri, 26 November 2004 14:54

is there an estimate of the release date of 6.1 ?

and will the mailserver have PHP5 then, or will it stil be using PHP4?


Estimate of release date is 1st quarter 2005.

There are still some problems in development of PHP5. We will move to PHP5 after proper testing.
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