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mjanssen

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Hi !

I have been hosting mail for one of my clients, because of connections problems at their location.

New mail is now directly sent to their mailserver, this works great, but I now have a ton of mail for different users in one single mailbox on disk in .EML files.

Is there a way I can make KMS process the messages again so they are treated as new messages and they are sent to the client's mailserver ?

Hope someone has a solution for this.

With regards,

Martijn
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sedell

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If your client is also using KMS, or another server that supports it, you could use the POP3 Download from the server at the clients location. It's made to do exactly this type of thing.

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sedell wrote on Thu, 02 April 2009 13:32

If your client is also using KMS, or another server that supports it, you could use the POP3 Download from the server at the clients location. It's made to do exactly this type of thing.

That is a really good solution. If the client was also running KMS. I can not use POP3 to collect the mail from the mailbox, because the mailbox is already gone. Only the .EML files exist on my KMS server.

I already found a workaround. I exported all email to a PST file, which can be imported in the clients Exchange Server. Only downside is, that all mail for all users will become available in one Exchange mailbox. But that is no big deal.

I was really looking for something like a pickup folder, where I could dump the .ELM files and KMS would process them again and therefore sent them to the clients mailserver.

Thanks for the input though.

With kind regards,

Martijn
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