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pfisher

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I am interested in using KMS6 for my organization. One of the major stumbling blocks for this is the lack of offline support in the Kerio Outlook Connector.

I am curious how existing Kerio customers are dealing with this. I have some users who travel with laptops, yet need to reference their email when offline. I have pondered writing a script for Outlook which syncs the data in the Inbox, Calendar, Contacts, etc.. with counterparts in a local PST file. This would allow my users to look up any historical information in the data files while they are offline. Simple POP/SMTP could be utilized with a dialup account while in offline mode, and then resync when the user comes back to the office.

Does anyone have any other thoughts to share on how they have overcome this?

Thanks,
Paul
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The buzz from the bees is that this will be fixed only as of 6.1

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