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LukasKrejci

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Hi,
we have Kerio Connect 9.2.1 (2397), running on Debian GNU/Linux 7.11 (Kerio VA), x86_64 as a virtual appliance on our vmware host server. We have configured periodic backup (full and differential), but besides this, sometimes we need to backup only individual user - all his data (e-mail, calendar, etc.). I was hoping that this can be done using some command line tools (like kmsrecover), but I have found no informations about this. Can anyone help, please?
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Radek Sip (Kerio)

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The partial recovery is possible, the backup can't be configured per domain or user. I suggest use "rsync".

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LukasKrejci

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Ok, so if I just rsync a disk folder of some user I want to backup, then I have created a backup of all data of that user? Do I need to stop the mail server before doing such rsync?
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Radek Sip (Kerio)

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The build-in backup is the only supported way. On the other hand I'm using rsync for years every day without problem. The stopping of server is not necessary for reading from datastore. But it's on your own risk and this type of "backup" requires some admin skills.

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LukasKrejci

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Ok, I understand - this is exactly what I need.
Thank you very much Smile
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