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shaggie16

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Hi

I am running KOC in approx 25 different offices, no probs. (all latest versions).

On ONE particular machine (brand new, dual core 1GB RAM, XP Pro. office 2003 SP2) the following happens.

All fine, normal CPU usage (even with KOC installed) - as soon as I make it the default default delivery location, CPU and RAM usage goes crazy - only solution is to end task on outlook.

Has anybody seen this at all? My current work around was to place a dummy pop account in the same outlook profile, schedule it to NEVER check for new mail, have the associated .pst file as the default delivery location, then use an outlook rule to move any items sent to the KOC sent items folder instead of the pst.

Any thoughts anyone? I am just concerned this is going to become a problem if it is something to do with dual core machines.....
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microalps

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I have personally tested on an AMD based dual core machine over a VPN connection in the past without any such freeze issues. Wouldn't blame dual core that fast...
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shaggie16

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Not blaming dual core - it's just an oddity.Spoke to UK Kerio support, they have seen this on many an occasion, have no idea why, and no known solution.

Anyone else seen it?
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