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    jch2os is offline Intermediate Member
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    We would like to monitor all email coming in and our from our server and was wondering how this was done with zimbra. I know with postfix I could do it but I didn't know if I should be editing those files by hand. I would love to be able to route a copy of all email into a users email folder. So say they have a folder called Archive. I would love to put a copy of all mail in there. Thanks for your help.

    Jason

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Is this a Network Edition or OSS version of Zimbra? For NE you should look at the Archiving feature, for OSS you can edit the postfix files - that won't survive an upgrade and you'll need to apply any changes again.
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    jch2os is offline Intermediate Member
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    I actually want to do it with both versions. Thanks for your help!

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