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tmporter

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greetings.

have a user (windows 7, outlook 2010 sp 1) who is migrating over from just using pop. after installing the kerio outlook offline connector (version 7.2.4-5419 - win 32) he has lost the ability to view conversations over multiple folders.

googling the issue reveals that in true exchange environments, "cached exchange mode" must be turned on, however this does not appear as an option in the kerio profile. (and honestly, CEM is the same logic as the kerio offline connector anyway)

has anyone encountered this issue before and was any solution found?

thanks in advance for your help!

tom



note from user:

"this worked fine in my original settings because it allowed me to click on "show messages from other folders" (see attached).
On the Kerio inbox however, that option is not available (see 2nd image), and therefore I can't do that."

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maecilla

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Hi there, picking up this old thread because I have the same issue.

Was there any update on this?
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