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Email, events, notes, contacts and tasks are stored in Kerio MailServer. Therefore, they are available via the Internet from anywhere. You can connect either by MS Outlook, by Kerio WebMail or via another email client.
MS Outlook can be switched to offline mode. This implies that you can manage your email items also from home or on your business trips. This means that your email can be managed even there where the Internet connection is too slow or there is no connection at all. After reconnection to the Internet (switching to online mode), Kerio Outlook Connector (Offline Edition) synchronizes all changes with the mailserver and sends mail from Outbox. The description indicates that this feature will be used mainly by notebook users. For email management anywhere, simply open the MS Outlook and start working.
Kerio Outlook Connector (Offline Edition) supports folder management. In MS Outlook, it is possible to create hierarchized folder trees of any depth. Folder sharing, viewing of shared folders and other features are also supported.
In calendars, meeting scheduling and, in task folders, assigning of tasks to other persons are supported.
Kerio Outlook Connector allows setting of rules for incoming email. These rules are stored at the server, so they are applied globally — i.e. mail will be sorted in the same way in Kerio WebMail and other email clients.
Along with Kerio MailServer, Kerio Outlook Connector provides a proprietary antispam strategy.
Kerio Outlook Connector allows searching in message bodies.
Kerio Outlook Connector provides support for message grouping.
Note: The chapter describes settings in MS Outlook 2007. It can, therefore, slightly differ on older versions of MS Outlook.