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modaly

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Has anyone else had this problem?! I have a client using Kerio Mailserver 6.0.9 and Office 2000 SP3 and when they open their inbox all is well until they try to scroll or go to another folder. Once another folder is attempted to be opened or they scroll the messages, Outlook crashes and the MailServer also crashes!!.

I have had to put them all on webmail for the time being which is causing grief for me and I have also noticed that the mail server has what appears to be a memory leak as sometimes the executionable on a 5 user network uses in excess of 300MB!.

Please help!
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RPC_Admin

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I have 3 machines With office 2000 and SP3, they are all running quite well. Did you switch to KOC 6.0.9 when you upgraded the server to 6.0.9?
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Yes the KOC is the same version, however not an issue now as I have replaced it with MDaemon due to time constraints
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