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Hi everyone:

Sorry if this is a bit of a noobieish question, but I can't find clear info on this in the manual or by any of the searches I have done.

I do archives set up to compress by the week. I can get to uncompressed archived mail easily through my email client, but as the Admin guide says compressed mail can't be gotten to through the mail interface. How exactly do I go about viewing those archived and compressed messages if I need to?

Based on another thread, I tried to unzip one of the weeks and then restart KMS (I'm using SSH and Linux here to do this), however the restart simply deletes the unzipped folders.

So what is the procedure for actually looking through those unzipped archived email messages if I, for instance, need to find mail to or from a certain user? Is there an easy way to do that or would I simply have to use grep? Do I need to use kmsrecover in some way and I'm just too dense to find the answer in the manual?

Thanks for any direction you can give me.

Dave LeFevre

[Updated on: Wed, 24 February 2010 20:24]

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