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How about some NEW BASIC WEBMAIL Features [message #147690] Thu, 05 March 2020 14:53 Go to next message
bruggles is currently offline  bruggles
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Registered: April 2008
Dear Kerio Connect Dev Team,

I am curious if the DEV team is ever going to add any updated features to the WEBMAIL interface, it use to stay pace with other webmail clients but has had none for over 4 years.
I think anyone who has used Kerio for some time could agree even adding some basic enhancements would be nice.

- Event Reminders - add more choices for setting a reminder date similar to Outlook, this has to be easy as all you are doing is adding more to an existing list.
- Calendars - Add a tool to purge data from a Calendars and recover some always needed disk space from your servers, this feature is in Outlook and Administrators would do back flips for this.
- Email Filters - There are none for sending Outbound Email. Again add choices to copy an outbound email to an existing users other email folder or Public folder
- More Granular Control of CHAT, Many larger business's do not want to have CHAT available in all departments or groups, adding a setting to toggle CHAT On or Off setting so you could turn it off by User or Group would be a nice addition.
- Contacts - Like Calendars add the ability to print or Export Contact items would be a nice basic addition.

Can anyone from Kerio Dev Team comment? How about Kerio Users? I keep hearing from my reseller that these are coming but never see any happen? I also hear same from tech support but again never see any. Sad

Any thoughts or comments appreciated.
Re: How about some NEW BASIC WEBMAIL Features [message #148615 is a reply to message #147690] Sat, 29 August 2020 03:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Zlato is currently offline  Zlato
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Registered: April 2019
Hi everyone,

Does anyone know if there are any new webmail features coming this year ?
Re: How about some NEW BASIC WEBMAIL Features [message #148649 is a reply to message #148615] Mon, 07 September 2020 16:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
JSPR is currently offline  JSPR
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Registered: December 2016
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Hoi folks,

I'm chiming in for a +1 to all of this. And would add the following (which I posted a while back here as a request, but...)

- add functionality for users with moderator rights to edit mailing lists visually in the webinterface

jspr
Re: How about some NEW BASIC WEBMAIL Features [message #148669 is a reply to message #148649] Thu, 10 September 2020 00:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
RustyB is currently offline  RustyB
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Registered: April 2010
Reading the release notes for the past couple of years, the majority of notes mentioned in each release is "Fixes" and rarely anything actually "New". The main thing that we have gotten new in the past couple of years was supposedly going to be faster KOFF performance, but after waiting years for this we find out that it only benefits 64 bit. We are going on six months since the release of 9.2.12. It seems that all of Kerio's resources are dedicated to fixes and never anything new. I wouldn't hold my breath on the new features you mention.
Re: How about some NEW BASIC WEBMAIL Features [message #149485 is a reply to message #148669] Fri, 12 March 2021 04:19 Go to previous message
jorgetejadaf@hotmail.com is currently offline  jorgetejadaf@hotmail.com
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Registered: July 2019
Muy cierto, deberían de mejorar las listas de distribución con plantillas (templates) tipo constancontac para darle valor agregado. Tuve que contratar constancontac porque no puedo obtener reportes de kerio al enviar y que si los tiene constancontact (este es un ejemplo de lo que podrían hacer).
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