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A user in our company has 18 GB mail box on a windows pc, and is reading with two other mail users, (each 12GB.)
So the local HD uses a "mirror" of about 40GB.
Can KerioClient (IMAP) be set to not put 100% of the mailbox put locally?

I can imagine that some of the mail (in mirror) is put locally for speed but the entire mailbox sounds like overkill.

E.g. an iPhone will not put the entire mailbox locally.

Is this possible downsize de HD usage with Kerio Cient?

Thanks a lot in advance.

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Remko Schouten
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Hi Remko,

This is a feature request. That can you do by using the suggest idea button on the splash screen.
The idea isn't that bad. Maybe the idea is already there and need votes.

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Carlo Turk
The Netherlands

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Do you mean KOFF? Kerio Connect Client shouldn't use any disk space...it runs in a web browser! Have you tried to only synchronize headers? http://kb.kerio.com/1467

Ken Snyder

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Thanks for the comments.

We use Kerio Connect (KOC Offline Edition) in Outlook.

On the iPhone, we have set IMAP settings.

Could it be that when we use IMAP-settings in Outlook, the HD-space is less than with Kerio Connect??

And I don't know wat the KOFF is Rolling Eyes

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