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Justin13

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Hi!

We are new to Kerio and are migrating our customers over to it. We have a few customers that keep 30,000+ messages in a few folders. We have tried to get them to break it apart into smaller chunks but they need it all in one folder. This seems to run fine in the KOC connector for outlook but in the KOFF connector it seems to choke at ~5K messages a crack (clicking the reset sync button for the folder kicks it in gear again). Is there a limit I need to adjust here? or is this normal behavior for a folder of this size.

System is a Gentoo Linux(stage3 with nothing but bare essentials) VM on a Gentoo Linux host with a pair of Xeon X3220 <_a.t_> 2.4Ghz with a raid 10 (160 sata) and 4 users.

BTW Excellent product so far! I have administered / installed all manner of email / groupware solutions an Kerio is the best by far I have ever had the pleasure of integrating.
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