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Just updated to Kerio Connect 9.2.6 two days ago. I've had lots of complaints regarding behavior of cursor in Firefox, which is currently at 59.0.2.

Here is an example of the problem.
- Open new email.
- Enter an email address.
- Tab down to Subject and add one.
- Tab down to body of email and type something.
- Now with the mouse, click anywhere in the body of the email. The cursor disappears.
- If the email is long enough, you cannot click on the scroll bar.
- One way to get the cursor back it to click in one of the other fields of the email such as the To:, CC:, or Subject:. From there you can Tab into the body of the email but if you click the mouse in the body, it's gone again.
- Another way to get the cursor back is to Shift-Tab to jump back to the Subject: field and then Tab back into the email body.
- Once in the body of the email, you have to navigate with cursor keys only.

If you use Chrome or Internet Explorer, this doesn't seem to be a problem.

Anyone else seeing this? Any suggestions or is this something that only a Kerio Connect patch will fix?

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