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Kerio Mail Server 6.7

At a Glance

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Price when rated: Price varies based on number of clients, MSRP starts at $499 for KMS + 10 clients.

Pros

  • Webmail implementation is one of the best available on the Mac or any other platform
  • Wider range of direct client support than other similar products on the Mac
  • Excellent support
  • Integrates into Active Directory and Open Directory environments
  • Admin tools are both intuitive and powerful
  • Supports CalDAV, LDAP address books, Public/Shared mail/calendar/contact folders, IMAP/POP/SMTP/HTTP-DAV, and Exchange Active Sync for iPhone and other mobile devices

Cons

  • Web administration feature set is severely limited compared to fat administration client
  • Outlook support via plug-in that requires updating with new KMS releases
  • Directory support via separate installs
  • Odd iCal issues
  • No Kerberos/SSO client support
  • More expensive than Mac OS X 10.6 Server's groupware offering
  • You can't use Mac OS X 10.6's Exchange support with KMS
  • Can have scaling issues, especially for large numbers of Entourage users
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