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xavividal

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It's the second time that i write this question, but i need some kind of feedback from kerio's developers.

In the near future, will Kerio put the calendar/tasks sections on webmail mini too?

We like Kerio, but (surprise) our users prefer the webmail mini instead the other one (too complex and slow for some users), so we want to receive a formal answer.

A user in this forum told me that this solution will be too demanding for the webmail mini. Is it true?

Some other mailservers (like M-Daemon) can manage the calendar/tasks on lightweight webmails (not made in AJAX).

Thanks
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This is an open suggestion with our development team, and I have added your request to the suggestion. We do not have any type of estimated time frame as to when this might be implemented.

Kevin Trumbull
Kerio Technical Support Team Leader
http://support.kerio.com
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Thanks for your answer
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