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barup

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Hi forum
I'm having a reoccuring problem with users index.fld file corruption for the INBOX (Right now I'm seeing this 1-2 times a month.
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In the error.log I'll see lots of:
[27/Jun/2013 10:08:36] mail_imaps.cpp: Cannot send message header 00007e3f in folder ~mail<_at_>domain.com/INBOX, cannot open file: (10035) A non-blocking socket operation could not be completed immediately.
[27/Jun/2013 10:08:37] MessageFolder.cpp: Cannot open message file D:\Kerio\MailServer\store/mail/domain.com/mail/INBOX/#msgs/0 0007e3f.eml in mode rb: (5) Access is denied.

If I look in the #msgs folder, I can't find the file Kerio is complaining about.
The server is running on top of a win2008 server.

I've check the harddrive for failures, but they should be okay.
Has anybody seen this before, and found a permanent fix.


Kind regards
Lars
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fishtech

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Hav you tried Accounts > Users > theuser> More Actions > Re-Index Mailbox ?

Cheers,

ft.
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barup

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I didn't use the reindex feature, I did it old skool with a stop service, rename to index.bad, start service.

What puzzles me is, that this happens at all.
I have a bunch of Kerio servers running on os-x, and have never seen this problem on that platform.

I've check antivirus settings on the server, and the Mailstore folder should be off limit for antivirus scanning.
It just seems like Kerio and the windows filesystem gets out of sync somehow.

regards
Lars
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