With Kerio Connect, it’s easy to hunt down the cause of a problem and fix it.If you run a whole network and server environment, and deal with end users, do you really have time to hand hold a cranky Exchange server? Kerio Connect is much simpler, and less expensive to license than Exchange.
Do you need a group or project calendar that is viewable only by specific people? Kerio Connect provides the tools to make sharing simple. Kerio employees monitor the forum, and they often reply to posts to offer advice, and to ask for more information about a problem someone is having. I never even got a chance to talk about the problem. When dealing with Google support, I feel like I am speaking to someone who really doesn’t care if my problem is solved or not.
And it doesn’t matter whether you’re using Outlook for Windows, Outlook for Mac, or Apple’s own Mail, Contacts, and Calendar apps. There are no magic incantations needed to get Mac users and Windows users to collaborate easily and efficiently. Kerio Connect supports Active Sync, and Exchange Web Service.
It also supports open standards too such as Cal DAV for calendars, Card DAV for contacts syncing, and IMAP for mail.
If you insist on using POP, Kerio Connect supports that too.
Kerio Connect also includes a built-in Jabber messaging server. And don’t even get me started about how lousy Google’s services work on Apple’s Mail, Contacts, and Calendar apps.