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sven.berlin

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Hello, we have a problem with the timestamp of the e-mails in the mailbox. We have created new mailboxes and downloaded all mails from Mailbox via POP3 (Delivery function in Kerio) . Now all e-mails have the same timestamp( current date) , because they were now loaded from POP3 . Until the update of Kerio to version 9 , we then set on the command line using "touch" the timestamp of the file to the date of Date Folders of mail. Then we have re-indexing the Mailbox and then in Kerio everything was correct. Now does not work anymore. Although the mail in the file system has the date 03.02.2016 13:34, in Kerio remains the date of the download (wrong date). We also have deleted the index.fdl and search.fld and started the new Kerio , but that has nothing helped . Where save Kerio the information of the reception timestamp of the mail ?

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Sven
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