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    Default Manually recovering .msg files

    Is it possible to manually recover .msg files from the zimbra store?

    Yesterday, in a freak accident, I lost all my emails since September 16, 2006. Actually I was backing up everyday but I lost my backups, too.

    The last backup available is of September 16, 2006 (which I got after recovering disk).

    I don't mind archiving these emails or having a special client for opening them.
    But is this possible?
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    You can use zmlmtpinject to insert the messages into a running instance. Other people have needed to do this, both for migration and for recovery when there are no backups.
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    Thanks, dkarp!

    This was extremely useful.

    Regards,
    Regards,

    Chintan Zaveri
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