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Hello everyone,

I'm new to Kerio. From now I'm taking over the network administration from a company. Everythings works great!

I have 7 clients connecting to the kerio mailserver with outlook 2003 / 2007. Now on one computer I get some sync problems.

Error: 8004011b.
Message: [SID = mail<_a.t_>,
   Map: Sent Items ]

The message is copied to the folder '__keriomapi__STORE/Failed_Conversions' in the userfolder. 

The user gets this message from serveral messages on sync. Does anyone knows how to handle these errors.

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I know that this is an old topic, but i encountered the same message today.

The reason is relatively simple (in my case): Just check if the client has enough free diskspace on drive c: (or the drive providing the cache for the kerio offline client)

Hope this helps...
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