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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Problem description:
By using “Delete all” function in the Webmail, users can lose messages.

Affected versions:
KMS 6.1.0, KMS 6.1.1

Fixed in:
KMS 6.1.1 patch 1 and higher

Details:
Webmail users can use “Delete all” function to delete a folder's contents, including all of its subdirectories. The function is available from a drop-down menu that appears when right-clicking on a folder name. Unfortunately, an error in this function will cause also deletion of all parent folders.

Although this function is typically used rarely by users, when used, the loss of messages can be serious for the user. The only remedy then available is to restore messages from backup. An upgrade to KMS 6.1.1 patch 1 is highly recommended.

Patch availability:
http://www.kerio.com/kms_download.html

[Updated on: Thu, 06 April 2006 17:49] by Moderator

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