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    Question Zimbra File Dedupliation

    I have a question regarding the way Zimbra stores duplicate files. If an email is sent with a 10mb attachment to both users on the same zimbra server, does zimbra store 20mb worth of attachments or just 10mb worth of attachments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leog21 View Post
    I have a question regarding the way Zimbra stores duplicate files. If an email is sent with a 10mb attachment to both users on the same zimbra server, does zimbra store 20mb worth of attachments or just 10mb worth of attachments?
    You would have found the answer via a search of the forums, it's one copy.
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    Yes, Zimbra stores on copy upon delivery, but do note that it does get duplicated during a migration. See: De-duplicate mailstore

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