I know, it’s offically no longer supported to access Kopano with the last Zarafa Client for Outlook 365 integration. But, from my experience, it still works. It even works great!
I also understood (faulty?) that Kopano had to quit working on the Zarafa Connector, because Microsoft has set MAPI to deprecated (which I probably understood wrong. MS seems to have terminated MAPI-over-TCP, but still support MAPI-over-HTTP, as this is used by Exchange 2016).
My question is: what will be the point in time when I can no longer access Kopano using the Zarafa client? Is it already a risk to do so, for example, because it does not know about the current data structures on the server, or do I simply lose features of newer versions Outlook, as they can’t be transported to the server through the Zarafa client?
I did already encounter random crashes with newly patched Win7 and Win10 machines, but these affected only the updater - wich I can safely disable, because there will be no updates. Over all, I find Outlook-over-Zarafa-Client far more reliable than Outlook-over-z-push.
So, when can I expect that Outlook -> Zarafa-Client -> Kopano will no longer work?
Thank you very much!