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innuit12

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I'm in the middle of a partial rollout of Keriomail.
I've had several users (myself included) corrupt their index files when switching their mail clients from IMAP to POP.
The only way to fix it is to stop the mail server, rename the index file and have Kerio recreate it on restart.

For the time-being this is okay since I've only got 20 users on the system.
But in a couple weeks, when I have 10,000 users on the system - stopping and starting the mailserver will be a little more problematic.

Has anyone else seen this problem?
If so - does anyone know whow to eliminate it?

Thanks
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vandalen

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I requested during Beta the ability to re-index individual and/or domain. Maybe an option from the admin program.

Hopefully they will one day.
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roope.vankka

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We are using Linux RH9 and KMS6, and in Linux it is easy to make a script which renames every index.fld files to index.bad in KMS store directory tree.

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