Kerio Workspace End of Service date is July 31, 2014
End of Service means...
Kerio Workspace 2.1 is the last major version release of this product line. Kerio Workspace 2.1 is available as an upgrade for users with a current Starter Edition or Commercial license. We will maintain version 2.1 with service releases and patches until July 31, 2014.
Yes, Samepage is the replacement for Kerio Workspace
Customers with Starter Edition and Commercial licenses for Kerio Workspace will be able to migrate all of their content and users (including rights and profiles) from Workspace to Samepage. Fill in this form to request a free migration.
No, You may continue to use Kerio Workspace for as long as you wish - we are discontinuing support but your software and license will not expire.
Yes, customers with a Commercial Edition license for Kerio Workspace are entitled to a lifetime 75% discount when they move to a Samepage for Businesses plan by July 31, 2014. This offer includes free migration of data from Workspace. Please fill in this form to register your interest.
Registered Kerio Workspace Starter Edition customer are entitled to a lifetime 50% discount on the Samepage for Businesses plan when they move to Samepage by July 31, 2014. This offer includes free migration of data from Workspace. Please fill in this form to register your interest.
Yes, as a Kerio Workspace customer, you are eligible for the same 50% or 75% lifetime discount offers on the Samepage for Businesses plan, as long as you sign up for Samepage by July 31, 2014.
Yes, as long as you either migrate or create your Samepage for Work Teams account by July 31, 2014 you will lock in the 50% lifetime discount for when you choose to upgrade to the paid plan.
The download will always be available in the Legacy Downloads section of the Kerio.com website.
Yes, we will grant existing Workspace customers additional users, free of charge as needed.
No, every user must first login with a username and password.
Yes, you can turn on email notifications in the Settings window. You will receive an email any time someone makes a comment on a Page in your Favorites or replies to a comment you've made anywhere in Kerio Workspace.
Yes, it's possible to do full text searches on all content created in Workspace, including text inside common file formats (PDFs, Microsoft Office documents, and others).
Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Chrome are supported and can be used to access Workspace.
Only the FLV format is supported. A popular alternative would be to use the Mashup component to display iframed content from websites like YouTube and Vimeo.
You can set sharing rights on every Space and Page. Users can be assigned one of three roles:
Using the navigation pane on the left, use drag and drop to move Spaces and Pages from one Space to another.
In every file's context menu, there is a "History of this File" item. Use this option to display a dialog with the history of the file and the comments associated with each version. Older versions can be previewed, linked to, and downloaded.
This can be done in multiple ways:
You'll see your News Feed after logging into Kerio Workspace. You can also get to it any time by clicking the News Feed link in the top right corner.
There are three ways to add a Space or a Page to your Favorites:
The new local library name will be accepted as a nickname, sync will work as before.
The files will remain on Kerio Workspace. Future updates to those files will not be downloaded. If there are modified files not synced to the server, a backup copy of the local file library is created.
All local files are deleted. If there are modified files not synced to the server, a backup copy of the local file library is created.
Kerio Workspace is licensed according to the count of users that use the product.
There are installation packages available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (.deb). It can be dowloaded from http://www.kerio.com/workspace/download.
In the Web Administration interface, you can set up any number of regular backups. You can select the day of the week, desired time of the day and the type of the backup (full or differential). The most usual setup is to perform one full backup per week (usually during the weekend) and a differential backup on every weekday.
The desktop client application is automatically upgraded the first time it tries to connect to the server and learns that the server version has changed.
Only users that have an account in the Kerio Workspace's user database can view Spaces and Pages in Kerio Workspace. It's not possible to share content with external users that don't have an user account on your Kerio Workspace server.
The Store Management section in the Web Administration interface allows you to specify how long you'd like to hold on to deleted data or older versions of files before permanently deleting them from the server.
In the Web Administration interface, you can designate a user as a Content Administrator. Upon logging in as that user, the user must click the check box that appears when clicking on their user name in the top right corner. The user can then edit or delete content anywhere and a separate activity log will be kept.
In this situation, Workspace can be configured to run on different ports. After logging into the the web administration (which by default uses port 4060) locate the "Web Server Ports" section of the configuration. From there you can specify alternate ports which will not conflict with your web application.
There is no limit on the size of the Workspace data store.
All files are saved outside of the database in a directory called 'files', which is located in the store directory.
The store directory is configured only during the initial installation. In order to change the store location, this would require generating a new, default installation of Workspace with the new store path, then copying the store path from the old location to the new.