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Spacey

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Hi!

We're hosting Kerio on a MacMini and unfortunately hat the situation that a users mailbox "exploded" (used 56GB of 10GB allowed?!) in space while moving large amounts of mails. This caused the whole disk space to get filled up. Even there was set a limit to leave 10GB of HD space free it was completely filled.

I freed up some disk space deleting other non-kerio files and then restarted the whole machine. Then I removed the oversized mailbox of the causing user and I got normal space for everything left.

Only (so far noticed) problem for every user on the server: The personal calendar shares are not active anymore.

-> The shares itself are existing but it's like the state that the invited person didn't accept the invitation so far. So everyone must go into the webmail -> calendar and there re-accept the invitation share.

Question: In which file(s) are these share-states per user saved? I wand to recover it so that not everyone has to re-do these steps.

Rebuildung user indexes didn't help and since this is not about domain wide public folders the re-indexing for public stuff didn't neither.

Thanks!

[Updated on: Wed, 09 January 2019 09:42]

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