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Hi everybody,
I'm addressing who are developing plug-ins for Outlook while using Kerio Outlook Offline Connector.

I'm developing small plugins for some of our customers, basically mail management, using VS2010 and the Outlook COM interface available through Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook NET domain.

This is the problem I'm facing: when I duplicate an HTML formatted MailItem using the MailItem.Copy() method, the duplicated object appears correctly as a duplicate object in the same folder as the original, and with all of the HTML formatting in place.
But when I close Outlook and reopen it, the duplicated object now appear formatted as simple text and the HTMLBody property has been replaced with a simpler HTML that says:

<!-- Converted from text/plain format -->

The header also reports:

<META NAME="Generator" CONTENT="MS Exchange Server version 08.00.0681.000">

Could it be Kerio Connector that loose the HTML properties of objects created by code?
Could it be reprocessed by the server for some reason even if the two original mail object are exactely the same?
Any idea?

This problem is occuring with Outlook 2007 SP3 and Kerio Connect 7.2.0, using the offline connector.
I can also suggest our customer to update its server if I have a reasonable clue that a more recent realease have addressed this problem...

Thank for your help,

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