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    jeemeekay is offline Junior Member
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    Default Archiving Mails in Open source version

    My question is I just wanted to know if there is a manual way (or anyway around it) to actually archive mails in the open source version.

    Must i definitely have to upgrade to the Network version to get this functionality or is there a manual way of doing this stuff.

    Will appreciate any feedbacks
    Regards.

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    If archiving email is important to your business my advice would be to upgrade to the Network Edition, there's no easy alternative. There are several threads on backing-up/restoring the OSS version, there may be something in there that would do what you need.
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    I agree with phoenix.

    Also, you can set up a crontab job to rsync the files somewhere else, then tar them.

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