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Hi all,

I've just installed the trial version of Kerio and color me impressed. Tremendous piece of software (especially for the price).
I noticed that the software places all the mail storage folders in the same disk volume (logs and all).
This is of course contrary to best practices. Is there any way to separate these components to different volumes?
I.E isolate the queue from the rest?

tks in advance

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As far as I understand your question: Yes.
We have the storage running on a separate RAID Volume.
All mail-domains run on this RAID Volume and a cannot be separated individually.
The logs can be sent via syslog to another place.


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Hi tek_san,

Thank you for the reply.

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