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We run Connect 8.5.2(4957).
Randomly with the outlook 2013 clients, the local "copy" needs to rebuild. Some of my users have large mailboxes, so this takes a long time. Do you know of any fix for this?

Thank you in advance.

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Hi again.
This is starting to be a massive pain in the a** here.
Almost daily we're having trouble with the users mailbox.
When using activesync,
Outlook says "disconnected" and the only solution is to create a new profile in outlook.
Is this an outlook-problem, or a Kerio-problem?

Thank you.

(We now run 8.5.3, on a completely updated 2008R2)
Petr Silar (Kerio)

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there were found some bugs in ActiveSync synchronization of Outlook recently. They are already fixed into next Service Release. Hopefully it will solve your issue too.
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