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illmeetyouthere

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Basically my question is, Is there a maximum amount of recommended subfolders? I have a client of mine who has a VERY complex structure of folders in her inbox and she is always having issues with emails not coming through and locking up. Have removed account and re added as both exchange imap and imap with the same result. Any help would be appreciated.

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Matthew
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Is this question related to Kerio Operator?
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illmeetyouthere

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Hi There

Yes it is, user is on a mac running 10.8.5 in apple mail.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Are you asking because of the voicemail/e-mail integration?
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illmeetyouthere

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Nah its basically the way they structure their emails in folders, im thinking its locking up during the send and receive. See example attached.

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Joe-FlyingCanoe

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Ummmmm Kerio Control is the email application, lol
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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I suspect we are talking to a bot that is borrowing text from some old thread elsewhere Smile

@illmeetyouthere, just to be sure, how would you construct an inscribed circle of a triangle?
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