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Laurent75012

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I have a strange behavior with my differential backups. I use Outlook 2007 with 2 accounts : 1 is a Kerio account via KOCOFF and 1 is a Office Live Connector account (to access my hotmail box).
In Outlook, if I move or copy mails from my hotmail box to folders of my kerio account, the differential backups never include those mails. I looked at the folders in the Kerio data folders, the mails are present (EML is ok and the corresponding record is in the index.fld file). But if look at the differential zip files, the EML files are never saved.

There is no problem with the full backup as all the copied or moved mails are included.

In order to see if the problem is due to cohabitation between live connector and koc, I created a POP3 account at an ISP and added this account in Outlook, then I moved some mails from this account to a folder of my Kerio account. The same behevior appended : the differential backups ignore those mails.

Server : Kerio MailServer 6.5.0 build 5116 / Windows Server 2003 Std Ed SP2 French

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