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I know absolutely nothing about Lynux but love the VM appliance solution EXCEPT that I cannot find a way ( due to not knowing linux ) to backup to an external device ( drive, USB device, etc.). Backup to the same drive as the mail store is not a backup if there is a hardware issue.

The Lotus Foundations use of lynux includes the ability to browse to/from windows network shares. This would be ideal but I can't figure out if / how to install samba on the appliance.

Mark Price (Kerio)

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Hi there.

I'd take a look at this specific KB -

http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/software-appliance -linux/working-with-the-kerio-connect-virtual-appliance-debi an-edition-kerio-connect-73x-and-later-784.html

since it details how to work best with the virtual appliance.

I should also mention that you may want to consider locally attached storage for backups, as this should be faster and more reliable.

I hope this helps.

Mark Price
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