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s2000news

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Hello all.

I am running Kerio MS 5.7.10. Yep, that old one. Running on Win 2000 Server, with no issues and no complaints.

With all the new features, I was going to upgrade back in the 6.0 days. With all the issues I held off.

Any info on the following would be great:

1. Upgrade now?
2. What version is the most stable?

I use mostly pop3, just a few webmail users and alot of mailing lists.

3. Is there a release worth waiting for, or go now?
4. Any known issues from upgrading from this old of a version to the current? Should I upgrade a few times with older versions to prevent a huge jump?

Thanks

[Updated on: Wed, 15 March 2006 02:17]


Bryan
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cohcon

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Per Kerio, You should be able to go straight to 6.1.3.

I wouldn't gamble on a release before 6.1.2...

Just backup everything up before hand, JIC...

Conn
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Yes, you should not have any issues going straight to 6.1.3. Please ensure that your subscription is current, otherwise you would not be eligible for the upgrade.

And yes, please ensure to backup your data.

Kevin Trumbull
Kerio Technical Support Team Leader
http://support.kerio.com
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s2000news

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Thanks guys, I am current, and will download the latest version this weekend.


Bryan
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