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bthjf1

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I'm currently evaluating Kerio Connect. Backup in Kerio feel like an after taught. How can you restore a single email from the kmsrecover command? Also is Kerio planning to add the facility to restore emails directly from the management interface in the near future?
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BudDurland

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Right now, the closest you will get is to enable e-mail archiving (preferably to a different drive). You can then log into the web interface as the admin, find the message in question, and forward it to the user.

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bthjf1

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Thanks for the feedback. I setup the archive,and then login into the admin interface, but I can't see any tab about restoring or searching emails from archive.

Also is Kerio Admin creating an index to search all the incoming and Outgoing Emails, so you can search a subject or contents of the emails by keyword?

One of our customers is currently using Exchange 2003 with BackupExec 10d with 150 users. We are considering Kerio as an alternative but the backup side is a let-down for an enterprise product.
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camisy

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You need to set rights for the user that is allowed to see "archived folders". You can then find this new folder in users webmail. You should be able to search as well.
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