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Corne R?R

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Hi there,

I really hope someone can help me out because i do not know what to do anymore with this problem.

0x80040117: MAPI_E_TOO_COMPLEX

Kerio Connect is installed on a server 2003 and the terminal server is working on server 2003.

Users (40) connect with the terminal server and that way use terminal server with outlook 2007. No one has problems only one client of my.

What I have done :

Index.fld from the send items folder to index.bad and restarting server.
Deleted outlook profile and made new one with the mail application in windows.

This both do not work and I dont know what to do next.

This happened 2 weeks ago and I dont even know if restoring a backup would even work on this kind of problem.

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Neil Whiteside (Kerio)

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There are several things that could cause this.

I would recommend that you open a support ticket for this, in order that we can assist you properly.

Best regards,


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