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fdcancino

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Hello everyone,

I have a user who is experiencing a flood of entries of this operation log:

[29/Mar/2013 17:50:19] {DELETE} Protocol: HTTP/ActiveSync, User: user@domain.com, Folder: ~user<_at_>domain.com/Calendar, Subject: "some subject", Delivered: 29/Mar/2013 17:50:17, Size: 1558
[29/Mar/2013 17:51:19] {DELETE} Protocol: HTTP/ActiveSync, User: user@domain.com, Folder: ~user<_at_>domain.com/Calendar, Subject: "some subject", Delivered: 29/Mar/2013 17:51:17, Size: 1558
[29/Mar/2013 17:52:19] {DELETE} Protocol: HTTP/ActiveSync, User: user@domain.com, Folder: ~user<_at_>domain.com/Calendar, Subject: "some subject", Delivered: 29/Mar/2013 17:52:17, Size: 1558

It is consistently for the same Subject.
This has been happening for 2 days now.
The only time the flood stops is when the iPhone finally powers off.

Rebooting the iPhone 5 and restarting HTTPS service only temporarily stopped the flood.

Has anyone experienced this and what did you do to resolve it?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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The best way how to troubleshoot this issue is to enable "ActiveSync" messages in the debug log. It should help to understand what's going on.
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