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mightymike

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Hi guys,

Couldn't find this in the manual and a short search.

Will kmsrecover only recover new items in a backup and skip already available items in the Kerio Store? This would save a lot of time on a recovery...

If not is rsync on Mac OS X a better path? Anyone already gone this road and has some instructions?

Thanks in advance Smile

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cloud2

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Check the knowledgebase for a list of arguments you can use.
It has a lot of features that you can use if you know them and works flawlessly in general.

En voor help kan je een pm sturen Wink
Woon zelfs erg dicht in de buurt ziet ik net.

[Updated on: Mon, 28 February 2011 10:19]

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mightymike

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We have used kmsrecover before on different settings like separate folders and full recovery and the manual has been very helpful in the available arguments but original question remains.

Will the full recovery be quicker if the target has like 90% of the Store already saved/stored?

Thanks Cloud2 so far!


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cloud2

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Not in my knowledge no.
./kmsrecover just does a scan of the needed files by argument and then places them in the directory's with the needed permissions.
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