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Spacey

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Hi!

I & other users of our Kerio Connect got the problem that once a day the mail.app got stuck. In the mail.app activity monitor there are some kerio actions shown. When I dismiss these activities a new one appears: "Cache aktualisieren". Then the whole mail.app uses lot's of cpu power and the process continues forever 'til I quit mail.app and re-open it. Then everything work's as usual. This happend when using Kerio Connect 7.x.x and even not with 8.2. I already used my hard disk utility to fix rights and search for errors. Nothing helped so far. Anybody else notices these problems?!
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fishtech

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This thread may help.

http://forums.kerio.com/m/102406/#msg_102406

I have not applied the auto-expunge yet, but am still experiencing the problem described in the thread.

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Spacey

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Nope... does not help :/

I turned the automatic trashcan purge of in mail.app yesterday but today I got that annoying problem.
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