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Mayk

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Over the weekend, i've done some more testing..

I've installed a fresh win XP system, outlook 2002 XP on it, and the KOC 6.05 .

Now comes the "problem" .
I have tried to dump about 11.000 email (3.5 gb) from a PST archive into a KMS mailbox.. bad idea.. :-)
Outlook crashes so often, that it becomes unstable, and, believe it or not, corrupts it's PST that it's no longer usable, and need a reinstall for itself too.. :-)

so. reinstall. take another copy of the huge PST , config outlook for imap , not KOC ! , and everything works great.

Now for the speed, testing some folders trough KOC agains imap, i must say imap is faster.
For the handling of the mailbox trought webmail, no problem.

So if you have BIG boxes to import, use imap instead of KOC for the time being.. And after the import, switch to the KOC....
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desquinn

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IIRC the limit for a PST is 2gb and is prone to corruption beyond this limit. Check technet for more info

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