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Yesterday moring (Saturday, May 12) I logged into webmail and found that instead of the 50 messages I have in my inbox the night before, I have 200 messages- the rest being just blank messages (no recipient, no sender, no content- only date), and that all of my messages between April 6th (good friday) and the 12th were gone!

I checked a few of my users' inbox's and found they had the same problem.. some of them had thousands of blank messages, and are not able to open their mailstores. Their accounts currently cannot receive email because even Kerio cannot open their mailstores.

I have no clue what happened between Friday night and Saturday morning, but any help is greatly appreciated.

FYI- I'm using OSX 10.3.9 running Kerio Mailserver 6.1.4
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Any special reason you're running 6.1.4?

I would highly recommend calling support about this.

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