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BerndN

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Hi everybody,

in the KMS config file mailserver.cfg I found a very interesting entry concerning "clustering" of the Kerio engine:

-----snip------
<table name="Cluster">
<variable name="BackendModeEnabled">0</variable>
<variable name="FrontendModeEnabled">0</variable>
<variable name="BackendName"></variable>
<variable name="BackendMasterPassword"></variable>
<variable name="BackendAcl"></variable>
<variable name="SimpleUserLookup">0</variable>
</table>
-----snap------

Does this mean Kerio provides the opportunity to differentiate between the fronend part and the part where all the critical data is stored? Or is it simply an old (or maybe a new) part which is not provided any more (or yet)?

Any hint would be appreciated, because I'd very much like to detach all data from the exposed frontend.

Thanks,
Bernd

PS: Whoops, sorry I didn't notice another topic http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&th=8321&star t=0&S=f8cc3e38d10f2926a68ff560fa216250 concerning this! But nevertheless whats up with the board? Obviously there where 5 replies but non is shown when selecting the topic!?

[Updated on: Wed, 01 February 2006 15:20]

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Kerio_ktrumbull

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I have replied to the other post. Please do not duplicate the same question, rather post in the other thread.

I am going to lock this thread. Please post in the other thread if you have any additional questions.

http://forums.kerio.com/index.php?t=msg&th=8321

Kevin Trumbull
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