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klynde

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I have a user on Mac OS 10.9.5 that had 1 contact duplicated over 67,000 times.

Is there any way to remove all of these through the command line? Preferably without stopping the server.

The server is Mac os 10.11.6.

Thanks
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SebStar

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On the Server the contacts are stored in Mailstore/domain/user/contacts/#msgs as .eml files.
You could try to remove them there.
But i think you have to restart the server to reindex the remaining contacts.
Backup you Contacts folder before you delete anything Wink
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Stop the server, delete, start server.

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