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zebby

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Hi all,

I'm getting lots of repeated errors in the error log thus:
[20/Oct/2009 11:06:36] koff_reqPost.cpp: Error patching content of message 0001902b in folder ~user<_a.t_>ourdomain.co.uk/Calendar
[20/Oct/2009 11:06:36] mail_folder.cpp: Index error in folder ~user<_a.t_>ourdomain.co.uk/Calendar: Cannot parse calendar message file 0001902b.eml

I've tried renaming index.fld to *.old then re-opening in Web mail and get:
[20/Oct/2009 11:16:02] MessageIndexCache.cpp: Index in folder ~user<_a.t_>ourdomain.co.uk/Calendar is corrupted (index.fld doesn't exist)
[20/Oct/2009 11:16:02] MessageIndexCache.cpp: Cannot open index file D:\MailServer\store/mail/ourdomain.co.uk/user/Calendar/index.fld in mode rb: (2) The system cannot find the file specified.
[20/Oct/2009 11:16:02] MessageIndexCache.cpp: Cannot open index.fld file in folder ~user<_a.t_>ourdomain.co.uk/Calendar
[20/Oct/2009 11:16:04] mail_folder.cpp: Restoring index in folder ~user<_a.t_>ourdomain.co.uk/Calendar. Flags and status information may be lost

But then 10 minutes later the errors start again. I'm guessing this was when they re-started Outlook.

We're using Kerio 6.7.1 and this user is using Outlook 2003/KOFF
Any thoughts?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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get the message (0001902b.eml) and open a ticket with our technical support.

Renaming the file to .old does not help. It's the same as deleting the file. If you need to do this, rename the index.fld to index.bad.

Anyway, the problem is in the calendar file, not message index.
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zebby

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OK cool, will raise a ticket
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