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    I would like to have all mail from an account that is older then a week be transferred to mounted SAN slice on our zimbra box. How can this be done? Thanks

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    The Network Edition has HSM built-in:
    Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM) allows you to configure storage volumes for older messages. Messages and attachments are moved from a primary volume to the current secondary volume based on the age of the message; completely transparent to the user.

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    When I try to create a new volume it never allows me to make the volume current. Any ideas?

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    error message/log file sections?

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    I add the volume name and root path, set type to secondary and I never get an option to set to current. Only error I would recieve would be if I click save in which I would recieve Specified volume path is invalid. The path is currect. Thanks for your quick response.

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    Is the path ever accepted? (ie: zimbra doesn't have permission on it)
    Or are you trying to mark 2 secondary volumes as current?
    Bug 18720 - Add support for more than one current secondary storage volume in HSM
    Bug 18850 - multiple "current" primary, secondary, index zmvolumes

    (a couple of screenshots would help)
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    Here is a screenshot. I am only have one secondary volume type. This is as far as I can go. It won't allow me to make this volume current. The volume is a SAN mounted drive.

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    ok, I figured out my problem. The new volume was still owned by root and not zimbra. I have another question though with this. I only messages from one account not all accounts to be saved in this volume. How do I go about setting this up.

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    mike, figured out.

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    everything look good with zmhsm -u?
    -marking as solved (but you can still add any 'doh!' notes for others in the future if you would like)

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