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lorinzer

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The situation is that ,
My mail server is : Kerio Connect 7.1.1 , My Client Mail : Outlook 2003 SP3 with latest updates , and POP3 Configuration .
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1-today I sent a message to friend out of our company .
2-he replies to me (adding comments to my original mail) , I receive the e-mail with no comment , the 1st line in his reply was my original message .
3-I tried to open my account using WebMail , I saw a different few ,I can see the earlier e-mails down , the comment that he added appears here and does not appear on Outlook client .
*** I did so many other testing to troubleshooting this issues , I came with no result ***
--Help please , any comment , any body experience this before--
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lorinzer

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Did any one read this ,, can nay one comment on this please .....
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Is an antivirus program scanning your KOFF message store? Try excluding the folder containing the file STORE.FDB.
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