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Hello,

We are using Kerio Connect 8.0.0 build 639 with 35 users. Total mail storage is 600Gigs

I am thinking to Migrate to an Hosted Exchange service. As I feel the Kerio Connect offline connector is causing performance problems on client pcs with Outlook 2013 and 2010.
The average Kerio cash on pcs are above 8gigs as we deal with pdf and JPG attachments.

I know the question might sound not very precise ; I need some feedback from users migrated from Kerio to Exchange.

Basically is it Worth the money ?

Many Thanks
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For what it's worth, the OutLook connecter included with version 8.1 is quite a bit faster.  I've also had very good luck having some people use a eM Client (http://emclient.com) rather than OutLook, when the super advanced features of OutLook are not required.

Moving to hosted exchange may introduce a different performace issue -- latency with the connection to the service provider.
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thank you
did you use a connector  for the em client please ?
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No connector need for eM Client.  If uses standard IMAP to access mail, and CalDAV/CardDAV to connect to contact lists and calendars.
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