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Tradey

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Nothing severe, however:

When I delete an unread Message (OutlookXP SP3, KOC 6.0.10), Outlook plays me the new-mail-sound and shows the envelope in the systemtray, as if I had just received a new message. The envelope does not disappear until I delete the message or mark it as unread.
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Tradey

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this is also true for moving an unread message to a subfolder of Inbox.
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jshaw541

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Tradey wrote on Tue, 24 May 2005 02:47

this is also true for moving an unread message to a subfolder of Inbox.


You should send this bug to support<_at_>kerio.com. The Kerio forums are for user-to-user traffic, although you will occasionally see Kerio support folks on here. Posting it here is playing Russian Roulette on whether it'll ever get noticed or not.

cheers,
jshaw

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Tradey

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Thanks, will do so.
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peterj

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This has been a bug since 6.0.0 I can't believe Kerio aren't aware.

I suspect reporting it will be equally fruitless.
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rhunter

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It does the same thing when new junk arrives in the Junk Email folder.

I reported this months ago and tech support blamed it on Outlook. Odd that when connected to Exchange, Outlook doesnt behave that way...

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