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    shamprasad is offline Starter Member
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    Question Zimbra desktop mail storage location

    Hi
    All my emails are stored in C:\Documents and Settings\shamprasad\Local Settings\Application Data\Zimbra\zdesktop\store

    But i do not have much space left in c drive

    how can i change this to some other drive

    Pls help

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    dipeshmehta is offline Special Member
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    I would also like to know, whether I can change location of store?

    Dipesh

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    I've got "Link Shell Extension" working on Windows 7 Pro x64. I moved the Zimbra directory (C:\Users\<my name>\AppData\Local\Zimbra) to another drive, and then used Link Shell Extension to symlink the Zimbra directory back to AppData\Local\Zimbra. Works like a champ.

    http colon slash slash schinagl.priv.at slash nt slash hardlinkshellext slash hardlinkshellext.html

    Dear VMWare: Please make the message store location a configurable option!!

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