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Daniel Ranft

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I'm writing an outlook add-in and having some trouble with a customer using Kerio Connect (8.2.0). He explained me, that the issue is not limited to a specific outlook or windows version, or the bitness of any of them.

He gets a System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException on MailItem.Move with following data:
The elements were not moved but copied because the original items can not be deleted. The element can not be deleted. It was either already moved or deleted, or access was denied.
at Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook._MailItem.Move (MAPIFolder DestFldr)

Okay, i am able to write a workaround, but i don't want it to be used for every customer. So here my main question: How can i retrieve an information, that a customer is using Kerio Connect? Is there a way to fetch this information via the API of either Outlook or Kerio?

Best regards

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