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sudo ./kmsrecover -v -d -u EBB -f "Trash" /Volumes/backup/Kerio\ Backup/

runs successfully but without any data recovered.

Is "Trash" the right standard name for the standard folder to use when restoring or is it "Trash Folder"?

Can a backup be checked if it contains any data for a given user/folder ?
Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Depends on email client you use. Standard folder is "Deleted Items".

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That is the same name mentioned on the OSX 10.11 Mail client.
When using that name " Deleted Items"
sudo ./kmsrecover -v -d -u EBB -f "Deleted Items" /Volumes/backup/Kerio\ Backup/

The reply in terminal is:

Are you sure you want to continue (yes/no): yes
Recovery started at 2016-11-09 11:30:02
Cannot find Items"

As if space between Deleted and Items is not accepted ?
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