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khehr

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All my users use the webmail interface to check and read their mail. Some of those users wish to archive those messages locally on their computer, so..... is it possible to archive those messages locally? I don't want the users to use ANY email application but some want to save important messages off the server. I know they can print them individually to PDF but that would be very time consuming to do that for each message. Thanks!
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khehr wrote on Fri, 02 May 2008 22:16

...I don't want the users to use ANY email application...

In that case it is not possible.
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At the moment our users are using either Outlook Express or Outlook for this. Unfortunately Outlook has a few odd behaviours which confuse the users when there is more than one message store and Outlook Express has the downside of simply not being very good. Thunderbird might be a better bet.

We have put in a feature request for archiving from Webmail. Downloading individual messages as EML files, or folders as a ZIP of the EML files, would be fine. I don't think it can be a hard feature to implement as the emails are already stored as individual EML files on the server.

That said, what is wrong with using an email program for downloading and accesing the archives? Surely most users will find that better (more tidy and searchable) than having lots of individual EML files.

You can disable POP3 if you are worried about the users accidentally taking all their mail off the server.

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