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tmy29

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Hello

We have a user with a large amount of old email messages - every time they delete one, to clear up folders, they're getting the message below.

Not sure what's going on here, any insight/fix for it?

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There was a synchronization conflict concerning the 'CLS' subfolder of the 'Deleted Items' folder.

Reason: The folder had been deleted in Outlook and folder name, rights or content had been modified on the server.

As a solution, the modified folder has been restored to the 'Deleted Items' folder.

This is only an informational message generated by the Kerio Outlook Connector engine. You don't have to respond to this message or take any further action.
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Jaromir Obr (Kerio)

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Hi,
please send your question to Kerio Connect forum

Regards

Jaromir Obr
Senior Tester
Kerio Technologies
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