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I'm the CTO of the email client Mailbird and it seems like there's a bug in Kerio Connect's IMAP implementation.

Asking the server to remove the flag \FLAGGED from a message causes the server to seemingly do it, but requesting all messages with the \FLAGGED flag afterwards causes the message to still be returned (as if it still has the flag). It goes something like this:

Mailbird: UID STORE 3250 -FLAGS (\FLAGGED)
Kerio : 2350 FETCH (UID 3250 FLAGS (\Seen))
Kerio : OK UID STORE completed
Kerio : SEARCH 3250
Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I will get in touch with you. It could be caused by slower indexing of fulltext search.

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Thanks Pavel - I've sent you a reply.
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