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Missing email in Kerio Connect Webmail client but shows in old Webmail?

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© December 2015 Anthony Lawrence

Anonymous asks:

We have a missing email in the new Kerio Connect Webmail client but it shows in the old Webmail?

The old webmail shows all email and invitations in the normal email structure. The new Kerio Connect client shows emails and invitations separately. Check the calendar section in the Kerio Connect client - the missing invitation will likely be there (unless some rule has moved or deleted it).

I understand the logic of this, but I can also see why this could be confusing, especially for people not used to getting Calendar invitations. My feeling is that this should be a user preference rather than automatic.

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