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Thread: [SOLVED] zimbra dont use Maildir???

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    kazabe is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default [SOLVED] zimbra dont use Maildir???

    Hi.

    Im starting with zimbra, and is great. but i have a little question. A long time Ago, i has problems in an email server, because the mbox file size was very high (2GB and more). The solution was convert the mbox to maildir.

    I search in the zimbra forums and google, and i cant found information about to use zimbra with maildir format. So, what mailbox format use zimbra?

    If use mailbox, how can i prevent problems with bigger mailboxes?

    Thanks in advance

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    There are no problems with larger mailboxes, my current mailbox is over 12GB.
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    Bill


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    dijichi2 is offline OpenSource Builder & Moderator
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    zimbra doesn't use any traditional mailstore like mbox or maildir. it uses a propietary file-per-message in a hashed-like dir hierarchy so is much more efficient than either. mailbox size will not be a problem.

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