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We have just installed Kerio mailserver, and want to setup a shared calendar and shared contacts, but we have big problems with the KOC.

If I try to move/copy a mailmessage from my Kerio Inbox to a private folder, it throws away the messagetext alot of the time. And alot of times it hangs the outlook client.

When using outlook to add entries in the shared calendar that lasts the whole day, it places that entry on the wrong day when looking at it from the web interface. Also, trying to add a reacuring entry from the webinterface does not work correctly. (Entries for the whole day)

So is there a way to use the KOC for only the calendar and contacts part, and the use normal POP3 for mailing? Because as far as I can see from these forums, that part is much more stable than the KOC.

Also any other surgestions as to how to solve my other problems, and is this problems that other users have?

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You might be able to add a PST and use a POP3 internet mail account in outlook as well as a KOC.

This would give you two sets of folders so you could deliver and store mail to/in the personal folders whilst using the KOC for public/local calendars etc.

In case you needed confirmation the KOC is extremely unstable and has been ever since release in June/July.

I would like to add my name to the disappointed Kerio customers. KMS has been utterly disgusting since the inception of V6...

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