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j.a.duke

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I had KC crash on December 26 and now I've got a large number of Error log entries for problems with the properties.fld files in numerous mail and calendar folders.

I've not seen KC or KMS use 100% CPU ever, so I suspect that the corrupt properties files are driving that usage up.

Should I stop KC, rename the files in question with a .bad extension, then restart KC?

The array on which the store folder lives appears to be OK, no errors there.

I suspect that when KC crashed, all these files were open and not closed/updated properly.

IF anyone has seen a problem like this, I'd like to know what worked for you.

Thanks.

Cheers,
Jon
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Duke,

I had this probem somewhere in october :
[01/Nov/2010 08:09:33] FolderGuidIndex.cpp: FolderGuidIndex: two different folders with the same GUID [666DF449-A75A-4F37-897B- etc etc
Kerio automatically did a quick step setting. It took 2-3 hours. Some email boxes where done after 2 day or 3

Does above sounds familiar to you

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