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Please, the new Winroute since v5 are just damn resource hogs.

Winroute 4 was lean and mean, without all the crappy bloatware. I've seen many complaints in this forum and others regarding the performance issues of the new version. Especially LAN traffic suffers a great deal. This should definately not happen, since LAN doesn't pass through the firewall.

So please just consider further development of the old winroute v4.x.

If I remember correctly, v4 was developed when winroute was still made by tinysofware, and the v5 and up by kerio. Here's my call to kerio: hire back the programmers that worked on v4, please, because your programmers very apperently don't have the skills.


[Updated on: Wed, 19 January 2005 23:50]


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Full Ack!
Nobody needs those crappy "Protocol-Inpectors" and "Orange-Filters".
The most disadvantage vom WP4 was the restriction of using only 1 IP for the nat-device.
With KWF6 I cannot update via
All LAN Traffic will be routed through the firewall and Outlook cannot reconnect to the Exchange-Server!

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"With KWF6 I cannot update via
All LAN Traffic will be routed through the firewall and Outlook cannot
reconnect to the Exchange-Server!"

You just need the right settings for those... I believed you've already
fixed the windows update case, haven't you?. For Outlook case, you just
need to clear the inspector protocol for SMTP and POP3, you might as
well disable the scanning features for POP3 and SMTP.

<Anthony Ching>
There are 10 types of people in the world...
Those who understand binary, and those who don't.

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