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Mail only downloads to 64.9 MB after mail forwards and delivers to mailbox

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I am having a problem with downloading mail. There is mail that forwards to blackberry address and then tick is on to deliver mail to both mailboxes. Now as soon as I put the forwarding on the mailbox only downloads to 64.9 MB, then I have to disconnect and reconnect to go on.

As soon as I take the forwarding of it works fine again.

Please help!!!
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how do you mean only downloads to..?  What are you downloading with and what protocol?
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Thanks for reply, I removed the forwarding restarted the server, put back forwarding and now it works fine. one of those mysteries I suppose!

It downloads on HTTPS and at the exact same point it stopped everytime, exactly at 64.9 MB of downloading mail it stopped. then had to disconnect mailbox and and reopen to download further.
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by:gwolmarans
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Thanks for reply, I removed the forwarding restarted the server, put back forwarding and now it works fine. one of those mysteries I suppose!
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