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    Default Zimbra connector for outlook causing excessive network usage

    Greetings,

    I am in the IT department for my organization and we use Zimbra connector for outlook. outlook is 2007.

    We have been noticing a large number of user's computer chatting with the zimbra server to the tune of 10-45GB of data each day. They have a 2GB mailbox quota. Reinstalling the zimbra connector and re-creating the mail profile seems to help on a per user basis, but as you can imagine this can take a lot of time to do for a 800+ user organization.

    Can anyone offer any suggestions? Also, and this is perhaps related, some users' ZDB file is many times larger than their mail quota. we have thought they are possibly corrupt and perform the same steps listed above to bring the ZDB file in line with the amount quota used....it's almost as if users are deleting mail out of outlook, but the mail isn't leaving the ZDB file? Could the connector or server be trying to sync this"deleted" email causing the excessive network chatter?

    Zimbra server version is 6.0.10
    Zimbra connector version 6.0.9 and some clients have 6.0.7
    Last edited by mrjaw14; 08-04-2011 at 08:38 AM. Reason: more information

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