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Wilco

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I have since this morning the strange thing that when I open Outlook 2007 (with latest updates) Koffbackend.exe keeps running and takes up to 80-90% CPU. Confused
Only with Task Manager I can stop this service.
KerioConnect 7.2.3 installed with Offline Connector on client (Windows 7 32b).

Anyone a suggestion how to fix this?

After I reinstalled Koffconnector it seems to be solved but when I check in Task Manager, Koffback still uses 40-50% CPU processing.
It seems that this is normal in the beginning to synchronize all items. After A while CPU uses only 2-5%.

[Updated on: Tue, 20 September 2011 10:18]


Kerio Connect 9.2.3 on Windows Server 2012 R2 (dutch)
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I have a similar problem , Outlook.exe as well as Koffbackend use upto 90% CPU resource....at approximately 4sec intervals when Outlook is open and Synced....yet other similar speced systems are running just fine....this specific system is a fresh WinXP Pro SP3 Install ,MS OFF 2007 SP2 Antivirus disabled ....large mailbox subdivided in folders about 3000 items in mailbox....yet other older systems do not have this problem.... I have unistalled the Kerio Outlook Client and reinstalled ...to no avail?? anyone with ideas?

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