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  1. #1
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    Default The mystery of 656 Bytes

    Hi,

    We have customer complains that after deleting everything from webmail, the usage bar is still showing 656 Bytes. It sounds a bit silly but as service provider we need to answer the customer. And also I'm curious myself.
    Anyone has any idea to solve this?


    Zimbra Version: Release 6.0.7_GA_2473.UBUNTU8_64 UBUNTU8_64 FOSS edition.

    I already deleted everything, and re-index.

    zmmailbox -z -m ACCOUNT gaf

    Code:
            Id  View      Unread   Msg Count  Path
    ----------  ----  ----------  ----------  ----------
             1  conv           0           0  /
            16  docu           0           0  /Briefcase
            10  appo           0           0  /Calendar
            14  mess           0           0  /Chats
             7  cont           0           0  /Contacts
             6  mess           0           0  /Drafts
            13  cont           0           0  /Emailed Contacts
             2  mess           0           0  /Inbox
             4  mess           0           0  /Junk
            12  wiki           0           0  /Notebook
             5  mess           0           0  /Sent
            15  task           0           0  /Tasks
             3  conv           0           0  /Trash
    zmmailbox -z -m ACCOUNT gms

    Code:
    656 B

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    Default

    Maybe email signature?
    8 rows of text containing 80 characters including row changes is 656 bytes.

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