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wolfganghaak

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Hi,

We are using an imap email account across the office to access job-relevant information. So there are about 10 people accessing a structure that looks like this:

jobs@company 
          -> Inbox
          |- Job01
          |- Job02
          |- Job03
          |- ...
          |- Job99...

As jobs go out of production, I'd like to archive off all email (together with all the other the data/files) in our archiving structure. Each job can hold hundreds of mails with large attachments.

The Kerio inbuilt archive function can archive emails by age but this is unsuitable, as jobs run for very different lengths of time.

  • What are my best options to achieve this?
  • Moving Folders on an OS Level?
  • Is this a clean way of taking folders out of the system, or can this cause corruptions?


kind regards,
Wolfgang
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