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got the latest Kerio Connect running (8.3.1) and 10.9.3 clients - using the standard mail.app.

1) Undo deleted mail isn't working at all - was never: You accidently delete a mail / put it into the trash. Then you want to undo it (CMD-Z) but then the eMails is remove directly & completely. This works for example with local mailfolders perfectly but never worked with Kerio & mail.app. If I want to undo such actions I have to manually move the eMails out of the trash.

2) Didn't notice that before but a workmate told & showed me that if you receive mails and sort them into sub-folders via imap then sometimes (not always!) the mail is duplicated into the trash: The move process itself works & the emails exists in the selected subfolder but a copy (?!) is in the trashcan. I dunno what's the correct process behind my drag & drop action (maybe the eMail is copied into the target subfolder and the original message should be removed?!) but now it's a but irritating to have the received mail in the destination folder AND sometimes in the trash.

Anyone else got the same things?

[Updated on: Fri, 11 July 2014 09:05]

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