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henriok

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We've had a mysterious problem for a while (half a year?). We have two public contact folders shared to about 100 users. Some of my users get duplicates of the entries in one of the public contact folders at seemingly random intervals. And as these are pushed out from Kerio Sync Connector, the users can't chose not to receive the duplicates. They must repair the broken sync afterwards to restore their Address Books.

Lately, I might have figured out when this occurs. It might be after I've restarted the server (due to upgrades or fixing some error requiring restart of the server).

I haven't figured out why it's only some of my users that get the address book entries duplicated, and why it's just one of the contact folders that get duplicated.

We will soon be upgrading from our G5/Mac server to a Nehalem/Linux, probably running Kerio Connect 7 instead of v.6, but It'd be cool if we could figure this strange behavior first.
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I am experiencing a similar issue after upgrading from 6.7.2 in to 6.7.3 patch 1.
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