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Kerio Connect KOFF on Terminalserver 2016 [message #137965] Tue, 19 December 2017 09:48 Go to next message
anwaltde is currently offline  anwaltde
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Hey guys,

we're running into huge problems with the KOFF an Terminalserver 2016. Our User Profiles getting too big with only 1GB Kerio Mailboxes.
We need to offload the KOFF with FolderRedirection but KOFF doesnt support UNC Paths.
Is there any other way to offload the Files and not beeing loaded from the Roaming Profile?

Our Fileserver with the Profiles is under heavy load.


Re: Kerio Connect KOFF on Terminalserver 2016 [message #137974 is a reply to message #137965] Tue, 19 December 2017 18:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bud Durland is currently offline  Bud Durland
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See my reply in this thread
Re: Kerio Connect KOFF on Terminalserver 2016 [message #137977 is a reply to message #137974] Tue, 19 December 2017 20:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
anwaltde is currently offline  anwaltde
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@Bud Durland.

ok I understand. Is there any way to use Outlook 2016 with all features of the Kerio Mailserver? Calendar, Contacts .....

Why is there a need for the KOFF?
Re: Kerio Connect KOFF on Terminalserver 2016 [message #137978 is a reply to message #137977] Tue, 19 December 2017 20:55 Go to previous message
Bud Durland is currently offline  Bud Durland
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anwaltde wrote on Tue, 19 December 2017 14:29

Why is there a need for the KOFF?

the KOFF plug-in is how Outlook gets all the data for calendars, contact, tasks, shared resources, etc. The 'OFF' in KOFF is for the off-line version, which creates the local cache of all the data, so that people can read & process messages and so forth while not connected to the internet or network.

Back in the day there was an 'on-line' version, that did not do any local caching, and read everything from the server. Much leaner and faster, but the Kerio management of that time claimed they did not have the resources to maintain both versions, and opted to deprecate the on-line version.

In all honesty, the Kerio connect client application is pretty good, if you don't need any OutLook add-ons, or any of the very sophisticated features. It may be an option for your terminal server users.
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