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Hello,

olter Versions (8.2 or before, I cannot remember) had as Default Backup such behaviour:

File F20160813Txxx.zip Full Backup
File D20160814Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Monday)
File D20160815Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Tuesday)
File D20160816Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Wednesday)
File D20160817Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Thursday)
File D20160818Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Friday)
File D20160819Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Saturday)
File F20160820Txxx.zip Full Backup

All Files remained between last Full and newer (means you can restore every Day).


New behaviour:
File F20160813Txxx.zip Full Backup
File D20160814Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Monday)
File D20160815Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Tuesday)
delete D20160814Txxx.zip, Sunday to Monday
File D20160816Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Wednesday)
delete D20160815Txxx.zip, Sunday to Tuesday
File D20160817Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Thursday)
delete D20160816Txxx.zip, Sunday to Wednesday
File D20160818Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Friday)
delete D20160817Txxx.zip, Sunday to Thursday
File D20160819Txxx.zip Differential (from Sunday to Saturday)
delete D20160818Txxx.zip, Sunday to Friday
File F20160820Txxx.zip Full Backup

In clear - when customer calls on Thursday that he deleted on Wednesday a Mail/Folder/whatever wich was created on Monday or Tuesday, I cannot recover this (happened a couple of time).

I wrote SCP-Copy- and FTP-Copy-Jobs wich copied these Files to e.g. a NAS, but could you please tell me if you can re-implement the normal Differential Backup as before?

Thank you in advance,

Josip.
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