We are looking for an email archiving solution for our Kerio with stubbing function.
Stubbing is mainly offered in Exchange connections. For Kerio I haven't found a stubbing e-mail archive solution.
Here is a description of an archiving product that supports Exchange Stubbing. Here is described as stubbing works.
Some administrators of Microsoft Exchange servers may wish to enable stubbing to store attachments on the Barracuda Message Archiver rather than on the mail server itself, since doing so can greatly increase the storage capacity of their mail server, in some cases by as much as 70%. Exchange Stubbing configuration is done on the MAIL SOURCES > Exchange Integration page.
During the stubbing process, the Barracuda Message Archiver adds all attachments (Attachments Only option), or the entire message (Entire Message option) for a message to its own storage database and creates a hyperlink, or stub, to the original attachment or message depending on the option you select in the Exchange Integration page. The attachment from the original message, or if selected, the entire message, is then removed from your Exchange server and replaced with the stubs so that any requests to access the file or message is automatically redirected to, and served from, the Barracuda Message Archiver. A short message containing the names and sizes of the stubbed content is placed in every "stubbed" email, along with a hyperlink from which users can easily access the attachments regardless of what email client is used, including Outlook Web Access and mobile devices.
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