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vandalen

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Hi Everyone,

Does anyone have any idea how to make KMS 6.0 archive to a NNTP server?
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vandalen wrote on Mon, 21 June 2004 02:09

Hi Everyone,

Does anyone have any idea how to make KMS 6.0 archive to a NNTP server?


As far as I know, you can only archive Kerio mail lists to NNTP, and only within KMS 60's NNTP implementation.

I reckon that when an admin selects archiving for a mail list, KMS simply saves the messages to a special folder, and a rudimentary built-in NNTP process provides an interface to it.

There appears to be no functionality to archive it to a remote NNTP server, and I don't even know how that'd be cleanly possible.

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