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pieter@mgfx.co.za

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Hi,

I would like to know when to start using the built in mail archiving option in kerio admin console. By default its off but when must I swith it on. The mailboxes are getting quite big and I suspect that by using this feature that things will start working faster??

How does it work compared to Outlook archiving? Will and how do I have access to my archived mail?

Any advise would be appreciated!

Pieter
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pcunix

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No, it's not going to make anything work faster and it doesn't change any mailboxes. You are misunderstanding its purpose.

See http://manuals.kerio.com/kmsag/en/sect-archiving.html

I wish Kerio DID have a feature to automatically trim off old messages to another folder, but at least for now, they do not.

It's not all that hard to do that manually: see my http://aplawrence.com/Kerio/fixing-large-mailboxes.html

But it would be better if this could happen on a set schedule!

Tony Lawrence
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http://aplawrence.com
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pieter@mgfx.co.za

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Thanks for the reply! I certainly misunderstood that. What axactly is it for then? Is it just for catogorising your mail?

Anyway I now decided to use Outlook Auto-archive and the strange thing is that it does not actually archive my mail. I have about two years mail in my inbox. If I set auto archive to archive mail older than 12 months then it just leaves it there??? Very strange! I am not having a good archiving day! lol!

Thanks for your help!
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pcunix

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No, not for categorizing.

Many companies today are legally required to keep copies of email. Archiving makes that copy before the recipient even sees it, so it can't be lost.


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pieter@mgfx.co.za

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Thanks!

You wouldnt know why my outlook archiver would not archive the KOFF mailbox?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Raider wrote on Wed, 04 November 2009 14:39
Thanks!

You wouldnt know why my outlook archiver would not archive the KOFF mailbox?


It's impossible to say with no information (Kerio OUtlook Connector version, add-ins installed in Outlook etc.).
It usually happens when some Outlook add-in (eg. antivirus) modifies the messages ad changes the timestamp.
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pcunix

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No, sorry. I don't do much with Outlook. Don't like it much Smile

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it@leonardsexpress.com

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I am having the same problem. I noticed yesterday that my mailstore was pretty large 1.9 GB. So I decided to do some Outlook auto-archiving. I set it up, started it, it built a archive PST and pumped some data into it. I can see the messages inside of my archive.pst file....great. However the message are still inside of my KOFF database and mailbox. On the server side if i look in the admin console, my mailstore size has gone down...but nothing has been moved out of the KOFF database. we do not have anti-virus addins in outlook, and the KMS we have is KMS 6.7.2 Build 7821 with Outlook 2007 SP2. Any thoughts or help would be appreciated, this could pose to be a big problem.
Thanks.
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davide

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Someone resolved archive from outlook KOF?

Any conseil will be appreciated
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