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    Default Abnormal bandwidth consumption by Outlook 2013 when using IMAP with Zimbra

    Hi,

    We have recently made a switch from MS exchange to Zimbra.

    Zimbra Server version: Release 8.0.3_GA_5664.RHEL6_64_20130305090204
    OS version: CentOS6_64 FOSS edition

    We are using Outlook 2013 email client which synchronizes with the above mentioned Zimbra server using IMAP.

    Now Outlook 2013 consumes enormous bandwidth during each send/receive (synchronization) and that too for a long time whereas with exchange server this was not the case.

    Any help in order to resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank You.

    Best Regards,
    Ronak

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    We're having multiple problems with Outlook 2013 using IMAP with our Zimbra servers as well. We've advised users to revert to Outlook 2010 or 2007 if at all possible.

    To answer the OP's question: MS Outlook 2013 has added enhanced IMAP online message storage sync. In the Outlook 2013 Email Account Setup, there's a slider to change the age of email synced into the PC. Default is 3 months IIRC. Change this slider to the minimum, which is 1 mo.
    Macy Hallock - Hallock Consulting - Medina, Ohio

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