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ahaaha

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How could i configure outlook to use this connector as I used it with Exchange on my laptop. I need to have a local copy of my folder on my laptop. Usually, it's a .OST file.

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jonbrain

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You can't. Its very annoying, the new version 6.1 was supposed to have this but it looks like Kerio the development team can't pull it off.
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ahaaha

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thanks.
Let met know if it would be possible in a near version.

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aancel

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I tried to use Synkronisation plug in and it doesn't work neither. I got : http response 404.
Do you have any idea on the reason ?
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AHA
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dontsoda1954

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If you are trying to access Say exchange and Kerio on one PC you cant because Outlook only allows you to use one connector.
I got over the problem by creating a second profile and switch between them for diffrent mailboxes.

Regards Peter

[Updated on: Thu, 28 July 2005 11:39]

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dontsoda1954

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To configure go to control panel mail icon create a second profile call it kerio then switch to that profile(in outlook setting you can set it to ask which profile you want when you start outlook ie Exchange/kerio)Switch to that profile and add a new user account using the other button it will bring up kerio.(make sure you have installed the connector first)The only down side is you have to come out of outlook to switch to your exchange profile.

Regars Peter
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