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marxp

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Hello!

We move all our incoming and outgoing project emails in a "project"folder in the public folder (e.g. public folder -> Folder "Project X")

The total memory size of this public folder is ~34 GB.

We selected the option for the synchronisation in outlook "only sync header". But the cache of kerio is more than 23 GB.

Any idea to reduce this?
Thanks!
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puretech

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Just an idea, have you tried clearing the cache (empty) and then re-sync after you changed the settings to 'sync header only'?
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marxp

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the standard settings for these folders are "only sync header" .
we tried to clear the cache and resync the folders -> no reduction of the cache size.

at the moment we only synchronize the folders which are required by the clients.

i would like to know if the cache size is correct when we chose the setting "only sync header".

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