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I’m having some major problems restoring from backup. I have done the following (twice now!!)

*Create a new fresh server
*Install Kerio (same version as I was using) 6.6.1 But not start the server
*Restore the latest full backup and differential backup using the tool (kmsrecover e:\mybackup)
*Received the message to say it was done successfully
*Start up newly restored mail server
*As soon as the server starts and I look at the console and I’m getting hundreds of these:

[01/Feb/2009 17:23:50] mail_folder.cpp: Index error in folder ~myuser<_a.t_>mydomain.com.au/Sent Items: Cannot parse envelope of message 0000105c.eml
[01/Feb/2009 17:23:50] mail_folder.cpp: Cannot open message file D:\KerioServerMailStore/mail/mydomain.com.au/myuser/Sent Items/#msgs/0000105d.eml. The file has been probably removed.

*Everything else works fine except the users are missing calendar items and messages from multiple folders.

Any Help would be really appreciated
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