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I am looking for a method to export all my mails to one destination = mail address.
I am aware that by using the archive method I could sent all current mailtraffic to a special mail address. This is what I am already doing.
Our Kerio Mailserver (KMS) is an IMAP Mailserver, so all mails reside on KMS. And these mails are the ones I would like to transfer into my archive system.
The backup method unfortunatly does not allow an email address as the receiver but only directories.
I need to send the messages via SMTP, a simple file transfer of the .eml files won't do it in my case.
Any ideas?
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