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How can I view Kerio Connect Mailing List Archives?


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© December 2015 Anthony Lawrence

Anonymous asks:

How can I view Kerio Connect Mailing List Archives? I'd like to be able to see them from my webmail.

Yeah, you'd think that they'd be visible in a shared folder, wouldn't you? But they are not - you need an NNTP client (and you need to have the NNTP service running). Some browsers can access NNTP, but it's a dying protocol.

However, there's an easy way to get what you want that was suggested by Brian Carmichael of Kerio: create an alias that delivers email into a public folder (instructions in link below). Add the alias as a member to the mailing list. Share that public folder with whomever you want.

Simple enough.

See also Using Kerio public folders in place of mail groups


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