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GlennK

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Had an account jammed up with well over 100,000 messages in the inbox. I logged into webmail, selected the inbox and told it to delete all messages. This cranked away for some time. Convinced that it was not doing anything (no activity in logs etc) I decided it would be quicker to delete and recreate the account. I deleted the account.

After recreating it, all looked fine until I logged in to the account, then it took on the quota of the old account, despite having zero messages. I tried deleting and re-creating the account several times with the same result.

I even deleted the account files on the server using the Mac OS X terminal. Finally I gave up and made a new account instead, with a different name. In a few minutes I saw the old account folder appear in the Mac OS X Finder, obviously created by Kerio.

Is there some cache that is causing this? How could one stop this madness and get back to square one and use this account name once again?
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