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rtames

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We have Kerio 6.0.3 and when we send a message from outlook 2003 the message sometimes stays in the outbox. It will not get out of there. The solution is to delete the message and send it again. Any ideas/solutions for this problem?
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peterj

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I have this problem too although I usually get an accompanying error message.

I have registered this as a bug with KMS support
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thollingsworth

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If you close outlook then start it back up and then push the "send and receive" button it will send them. We have this same problem and it usually happens when you reply to something or send an attachment.
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rtames

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unfortunately this doesn't work. The only work a round is to open webmail, go to the outbox open the mail as new, and then send it again.
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peterj

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This doesn't work for me either.

I have tended to reboot the PC with the KOC to cure it...

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