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Cerdo

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Howdo,

Just a quick one, is it possible to 'kick' active connections, more importantly stale administration console connections. Looks like I've got connections listed, which are not actually connected anymore... probably because the console crashed, or I lost my connection to the tinterweb.

I guess a restart of the server will do the trick, but if there's an alternative I'd be grateful if someone could point it out Rolling Eyes

Thanks for your time in advance!

Colin

Kerio MailServer 6.5.0 patch 1 (build 5340)
Fedora Core 8
Dell 1u SC1425 Single 3.0ghz Intel Xeon
512mb DDR2 RAM
2x Seagate 80gb (RAID 1)
25 users, mixture of Webmail/IMAP/KOFF
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shaggie16

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The only way I have ever managed to do it is either wait for the timeout, or to restart the kerio mail servie (works on both Mac and Windows, presumably Linux too).

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