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dennisip

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Dear all

i've have a question of kerio email server, doest it have a easy way to keep user incoming & outgoing message to another mailbox.
because some user always request get back email message after they del. the mail.



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sidbarker

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you could create a backup user, and get kerio to forward emails to that user as well as the main user.

We often use a similar thing for people with desktops and laptops, they might have their main account called 'james', and their laptop account called 'ltjames'. All email going to james is forwarded to jameslt (and kept in the james account also).

We also do this for automated systems, so we have a backup copy of emails coming in in case processing fails or we have to prove to a third party that the mail they sent was corrupted!

Also KMS has a backup option, where it stores all incoming emails in a backup folder structure. This can be found later on using the methods shown in the manual.

[Updated on: Wed, 09 June 2004 23:15]

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