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Dear all,

I have just started to config my Kerio mailserver. I have struggled with Open Directory importation. Finally works. Email me if need pointers on this.

Anyway I am now wondering if Kerio has the ability to synchronize mail with a client? IE: the way Outlook on a laptop does with Exchange. I am hoping to have my laptop users sync their mail so they can view their mail offline and reply once online without popping thier mail off the server. One of the BIG reasons we are switching to Kerio is store all mail on the server. Thanks in advance.

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One of the best ways to do this is via IMAP. This will allow the user to view mail Previously opened on the laptop, but the mail messages will also reside on the server. And when they log back in, they will receive all of the new headers.

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This feature will be implemented in futur release 6.1.
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