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catoxpress

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Has anyone used the Barracuda Archiver appliance with Kerio? We are considering several different 3rd party archive solutions and would like to hear from someone that has successfully used the Barracuda product. Much thanks in advance.
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subnet

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Hi Catoxpress,

No experience with barracuda archiver. I am currently using mailstore from deepinvent and I must say its wonderful.

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Cliff
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renefn

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How are you archiving with Mailstore? Are you using the builtin archive feature in Kerio that sends all mails to Mailstore or are you archiving with IMAP?

It looks nice and I'm probably going to test it, but it would be nice to hear how others are doing it.

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Rene Frej Nielsen
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subnet

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archiving with Imap.
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renefn

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OK, does this mean that the users can delete mail that doesn't get archived? Can this be avoided?

By using IMAP I guess that you can preserve the users folder structure, which is very nice, but we wish to archive all mails and the users should not be able to delete mails before they are archived. Do we need to use the Mailstore Proxy or the builtin archiving in KMS then?

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Rene Frej Nielsen
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subnet

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OK, does this mean that the users can delete mail that doesn't get archived? Can this be avoided?
Mails that arent archived can be deleted, however emails that are archived can be published as read-only. the user can;t delete his messages

By using IMAP I guess that you can preserve the users folder structure, which is very nice, but we wish to archive all mails and the users should not be able to delete mails before they are archived. Do we need to use the Mailstore Proxy or the builtin archiving in KMS then?
I would suggest to create an archive email adress so when the user get his emails a copy will be automatically send to the archive email adress.
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renefn

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OK, I guess that we'll use the SMTP option..

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Rene Frej Nielsen
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catoxpress

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We're looking for an archive solution that allows us to force quotas on our users to delete mail, yet give them the ability to search and retreive mail that has been deleted. Would this product you are using allow our users to search and retrieve only their specific mail messages?
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subnet

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yep it has a nice search index.
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SunnyKerio

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I have a client that is looking to move from his Linux sendmail mail solution to Kerio Connect for all the other bells and whistles such as shared calendar, contacts, etc. They currently have a Barracuda Message Archiver that captures all incoming/outgoing mail. Needed to install milter-bcc on the linux box to send a copy of the email to the message archiver. In Kerio Connect / Archiving = Archive to remote email address will that provide the same solution, meaning will it capture all incoming/outgoing messages for all users and forward a copy to the Barracuda Message Archiver. Please advise.
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