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    dillera is offline Active Member
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    Default Duplicate _all_ incoming email for account

    Hello:

    I used to have a sieve filter that copied all incoming email and put it into a folder (called Clone). It was a simple sieve 'if true.. copy' which ended up copying each email for safe keeping (disk is cheap).

    I'd like to replicate that with Zimbra.

    I don't think the GUI filter interface will let me do this- what is the best way to manipulate the underlying filter mechansim?

    thanks for any ideas you may have.

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    I see in this thread

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    you _are_ using sieve--- so how can I update my filter manually, and put in my rules from my old Cyrus+Sieve installation? Is there a reasonable way to do this?

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    I think there's a perl script floating around the forums that will do this - but if not, you can set the filters via soap calls. Check the soap.txt and soapadmin.txt files in ZimbraServer/docs in the source.

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