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Dobermann

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Some messages could'n be downloaded by Outlook 2007 using POP3 protocol. Forexample if message contains kerio-kvc-whql-6.5.2-5172-win32.exe. Outlook reports about error and stoping download.
It's happens usin only using Outlook 2007 + KerioMailserver + POP3 protocol
Does anybody have this problem?
Could anybody test this situation?
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sgongola

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What error are you seeing?
Is it about Outlook becoming more aggressive about blocking executable attachments? If so, rename the file to have a different suffix before mailing it. I'm surprised you don't have kerio itself blocking executable attachments.
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Dobermann

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Yes, I know it Smile
Ofcourse I tryed to rename the attachement to abc.dat (forexample), but Outlook just don't receiveing it... Try it yourself...
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