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    su_A_ve is offline Advanced Member
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    Default imapsync admin zimlet ?

    With users needing to restore deleted mail or folders, there's no 'easy' way for admins to transfer mail between the restored account and the live one.

    Has anyone looked at creating an imapsync zimlet for the admin UI ?

    I think this might be quicker than waiting for a RFE to be published...

    TIA...

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    JoshuaPrismon is offline Zimlet Guru & Moderator
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    Quote Originally Posted by su_A_ve View Post
    With users needing to restore deleted mail or folders, there's no 'easy' way for admins to transfer mail between the restored account and the live one.

    Has anyone looked at creating an imapsync zimlet for the admin UI ?

    I think this might be quicker than waiting for a RFE to be published...

    TIA...
    I recently lost my entire mail spool due to a crashed snapshot, and the IMAP bug in RC2. Suffice it to say my thoughts have come through the same thing.

    Some drawbacks:
    • Zimbra Doesn't allow sync of non-mail messages. Calendar messages, and Contacts are stored in the same spool but rejected on sync.
    • You need to use IMAP to save data.


    I really like this idea.

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