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grant

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If so, how did the upgrade go?
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rencorp

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Upgraded from 6.1.2 to 6.1.3 yesterday. Running on SuSE Linux. Upgrade went very smoothly, as expected (now). All seems fine. Upgraded whilst running using rpm -Uv --force kerio.mailserver.xxxxx.rpm Restarted straight away cleanly, still AVG-aware, thankfully.

KOC 6.1.2 and 6.1.3 both working - no auto-update available for me, latest version seems quicker, as does webmail. Checked the Admin console - all settings seem to be the same.

Off to do my customer installations now.

Gary
www.rencorp.co.uk

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cohcon

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Upgrade went smooth on CentOS 4 (Redhat EL4), and KOC upgrade was seamless for both Outlook XP and 2003 users.

Been 2 days and no users have reported any new issues. Of course I'll never hear if things are better...

Webmail does appear faster.

LDAP address book delays displaying info in thunderbird, but this may be a thunderbird issue. It works fine in Outlook.

Custom pages, skins, and icons are still overwritten in upgrade. Apparently, per Kerio, it'll be a later release or 6.2 or so before this behavior is altered.

Overall this is a great release. Kudos to Kerio and the tech support team. They all do a great job.

Best Regards,
Conn






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mfarley

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Upgraded on a Win2k domain yesterday. No issues as of yet.
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jeffleeismyhero

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Upgraded from 6.1.2 to 6.1.3 on Fedora Core 4 yesterday without any problems. The IMAP / Entourage timeout issue is gone and things seem speedier with MAPI.
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j.turley

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Upgrade earlier today and all went smoothly. Mail server was a bit slow for about an hour after the upgrade, but is fine now. Support tell me that the mail store is re-indexed after an upgrade and I have 250, 000 plus messages.
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lodewijk

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no problems upgrading to 6.1.3 on a MacOs 10.4.3 server.
IMAP connection errors are gone.
Webmail is faster (yay).
events in public calendars are now sorted properly.
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vlada

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After upgrade to 6.1.3 people using WebMAIL and Firefox 1.5.0.1 cannot copy address (and anything else) from middle panel with selecting desired item (From:, To:, Date: or Subject:) and use it by CTRL-C and CTRL-V in new mail.
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rencorp

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Yep, second that. Works if you select from the body of the email, but not any of the header fields displayed, either in reading pane or full screen mode.

At least the scrolling mouse button now works properly in Firefox 1.5 - major cause of frustration in some of my users who I had managed to convince should move over from IE.

Gary
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Petr Dousa (Kerio)

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vlada wrote on Mon, 06 March 2006 16:20

After upgrade to 6.1.3 people using WebMAIL and Firefox 1.5.0.1 cannot copy address (and anything else) from middle panel with selecting desired item (From:, To:, Date: or Subject:) and use it by CTRL-C and CTRL-V in new mail.


True, thanks for reporting. We are working on a fix.

Best workaround is probably to Reply and copy/paste from there.

Petr Dousa
user experience designer, Kerio
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