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bitmit

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My newly installed Kerio Connect (latest stable) downloads mails using pop3 again and again. Following error is reported:

Pop3ClientDb.cpp: Pop3ClientDb::updateDownloadedMessages() - SQLite error: code 1, error SQLITE_ERROR[1]: near "?": syntax error


What can I do? I had to deactivate all mailboxes, since thousands of mails filled up all mailboxes...

Thanks in advance!
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bitmit

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Any information? Anybody? Support ticket still pending...
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bitmit

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Info:

1: Repair installation didn't help.

2: Deleting .pop3.db from settings folder (while Kerio Connect is stopped) didn't help.


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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Please provide mailserver.cfg file to the support ticket. Thank you.
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