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cookiestore99

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Hi,

we updated from Kerio Connect 7.x to 8.1.1 and enabled the Instant Messaging service for our users.

In our Firewall we can now see a high traffic from our Clients to the Kerio Server on the jabber protocol.

There are users, which are logged in all day, but do not use the service really often (maybe 2 or 3 text messages / day).

Some of this users created something about 32 GB traffic (jabber protocol only) in 7 days.
On other users, which use the service more frequently, we see the traffic below 500 MB in 7 days.

We can not see any dependency between the traffic and the operating system or chat client.
There are all types of operating systems (we use Windows, Linux and Mac) and clients (we use Jitsi, Pidgin and Apple Messages). Some systems are affected, others are not.

Does anybody see a similar behaviour?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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This is a bug in Jitsi client. We recommend to not use Jitsi. It causes an endless loop of messages between Jitsi and other iChat or Messages users.
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