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Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #74721 is a reply to message #74278] Thu, 21 October 2010 18:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sveloso is currently offline  sveloso
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any news?
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #74724 is a reply to message #73072] Thu, 21 October 2010 20:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Trent Greenawalt is currently offline  Trent Greenawalt
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Running KOFF in a TS environment will also increase your backup size. If all of your 30 users have 1+ gig mailboxes, then tack on another 30+ gigs to your nightly backups (onsite or worse offsite).

Yet another reason to continue support for KOC.

Trent Greenawalt


-I built a house out of my to-do list, I now have the biggest house in the country. Awesome!
Trent Greenawalt

[Updated on: Thu, 21 October 2010 20:47]

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Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #74725 is a reply to message #74724] Thu, 21 October 2010 20:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
TorW is currently offline  TorW
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There's no need to backup the local message store since Outlook/KOFF can't use it for anything. Introducing a STORE.FDB file from a backup won't work, and live, binary database files shouldn't be backed up anyway. You can safely exclude the local message cache from the backup ...
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #75663 is a reply to message #74725] Mon, 15 November 2010 13:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
sveloso is currently offline  sveloso
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Any news!?!?
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #79791 is a reply to message #73072] Fri, 13 May 2011 15:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Christoph is currently offline  Christoph
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Can anyone from kerio comment on this issue please?

*deleted rant*
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #79932 is a reply to message #73072] Thu, 19 May 2011 08:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
mail4me is currently offline  mail4me
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I use / plan to use Kerio with Outlook 2010 in a Terminal Server Solution[ 18 votes ]
1. Yes, please Kerio do something about KOC 18 / 100%
2. No, everythin is fine with me. Storing mails locally is no problem... 0 / 0%

Hey Kerio!!!!

That problem exists for sooooo long. Nothing new to all of us. The world is changing towards thin clients and big terminal servers... New to you, Kerio?? - No not realy. Why not just update the KOC mechanism for Outlook 2010?

We currently have local mail storage files of about 3GB. We are moving next week to a terminal server solution with vmware and a SAN server. Do you really think it is a good way, to store mails on the same san within the same esx host multiple times? Everyone, who is able to count to three will see the problem, but you, Kerio, still seem to hear nothing.

That is absolutely BAD user support. At least you could give us a way or tell us, what you plan to do with that problem. Do we really have to move to MS Exchange?? Perhaps you want us THAT to do.
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #79979 is a reply to message #79932] Fri, 20 May 2011 16:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Trent Greenawalt is currently offline  Trent Greenawalt
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Registered: March 2008
Location: Milwaukee WI
Posted from another post:
I do agree with you on the lack of support for KOC anymore. We also run in a terminal server environment and will pretty much indefinitly. We don't wish to have multiple copies of our mailboxes all over the place. My users use Outlook on the TS which is going to be on a SAN/NAS soon, so we will have the mailbox store, the archive store, the local copy of KOFF on the TS (Virtual machine), then the NAS will back all of this up. At the end of the day we will have like 6 copies of each mailbox from the door, and that doesn't include incremental backups each day or the offsite copy. Come on Kerio, throw us a bone here. If my mailstore was say 1TB, we would need over 6TB just to back everything up...That is rediculus. Cut out the fat.


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Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #80158 is a reply to message #79979] Thu, 26 May 2011 10:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Simple is currently offline  Simple
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Well, Kerio 7.2 is released, the Apple customers are pleased with the Outlook 2011 support.
Now it is time to make the Windows customers happy. Give us a connector which is suitable for terminal server environments please Confused !
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #80183 is a reply to message #73072] Thu, 26 May 2011 22:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
catoxpress
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I agree with Simple. Running Terminal Server with 150 users on a farm. Roaming Profiles, the whole shooting match.

We need something that works for our envionment. I guess we could stay on Outlook 2007 for a few more years but geeze!

Come on Kerio!
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #80184 is a reply to message #80183] Fri, 27 May 2011 02:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hog_one is currently offline  hog_one
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What a shit?? I have a Outlook 2010 X64 on a X64 OS in client`s PC. Hey!!! Now is a 2011 year, and X86 OS is a not support normal RAM size, and a use on X64 OSes a X86 MS Office is not a good idea. So, where is a _any_ X64 Outlook Connectors?? Waiki`n UP, Developers!! Now a midht a 2011 year!!!

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Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #80187 is a reply to message #73072] Fri, 27 May 2011 08:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
TorW is currently offline  TorW
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Location: Norway
The WoW64 subsystem in the various 64-bit Windows versions is actually very good and runs 32-bit software without any problems whatsoever. Each instance of KOFF can address the whole 4GB 32-bit memory range, which should be plenty for even the most insanely large mail accounts. Neither 32-bit Office nor 32-bit KOFF have any problems running on 64-bit Windows.

As much as I'd like to see an Outlook connector for grownups (for other reasons than memory usage), let's keep the criticism real.
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #80522 is a reply to message #80187] Thu, 09 June 2011 12:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
EdRoxter is currently offline  EdRoxter
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*bump*

It's not even a TS environment I'm running, but it's definitely about comfort. We have a Kerio Connect running in our office LAN. There are about 10 people using it via KOFF from the WAN - that's cool, that's what I thought it's intended for. But then, we have 30 people using it inside the LAN. And they now complain about performance. Sometimes, the local message store gets damaged which makes me have to run over there, delete the .fdb files and then everything has to re-synchronize again - which takes quite a while on some 10-15GiB mailboxes.
If they could just work on-line with KOC inside the LAN (as they used to before Office2010 which worked like a charm), I could save quite a few hours of work a month.
Pleeeeeease, Kerio, don't let KOC die! You could merge the two Connectors and offer an option for Online/Live or Offline/Caching mode. I know, each of those would have a completely different technical background, but you'd only have to maintain one piece of software and everyone would be content with it! Smile
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #80523 is a reply to message #80522] Thu, 09 June 2011 15:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
abils is currently offline  abils
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Hello Kerio,

we also have this Problem. We want to build a terminalserver farm for about 300 users and with KOFF it is not possible.
Are you working on feature request #12881?
This ist the main reasen for huge companys to use exchange!
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #80581 is a reply to message #80523] Tue, 14 June 2011 12:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gmaoret is currently offline  gmaoret
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abils wrote on Thu, 09 June 2011 15:08
Hello Kerio,

we also have this Problem. We want to build a terminalserver farm for about 300 users and with KOFF it is not possible.
Are you working on feature request #12881?
This ist the main reasen for huge companys to use exchange!



Same problem here! Our customers are going to Remote Desktop Server and with Kerio Connect/Outlook 2010 with KOFF this is a big issue!
Re: KOC / Outlook 2010 / Terminalserver [message #83427 is a reply to message #73072] Wed, 05 October 2011 09:42 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
Simple is currently offline  Simple
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Registered: May 2007
*bump*

Any news ?

Still no Outlook Connector for TS environments..
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