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Kai Ehlig

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Hi Community

I have installed the Kerio on a WindowsXP box
The Server runs very good.
But the Administratorwebinterface is very "simple"
I can manage the Domainsettings, but i want to manage all functions from extern, without the adminconsole.

Please help


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You should use the Administration Console.
Or even a remote administration console to Windows xp, i think the only way to administrate KMS is with Kerio Administrator Console.

[Updated on: Thu, 03 August 2006 18:20]


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Please note that the administration console doesn't need to be run from the server. You can use it in any other computer. (if you are outside of the network then the firewall should be configured)

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Kai Ehlig

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thanks fot these fast answers

but thats a strong handicap for the KMS
currently we use a Suse-Mailserver and we can administrate more Settings as in the KMS-Interface
when you are outside you want to administrate the Server very easy an mustn't install an Admintool or something like that.
Thats a very interesting request to the Kerio-Support
Should i send it to the Support or have they recorgnized the request now???

what can i do when i can't see all users from the admin-console in the webinterface???
i can see all aliases, but no users and no groups i have addet in the admin-console
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