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alloymendoza

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Hi we are currently evaluating the Kerio Mailserver and we would like to apply security into it where we will be able to save or get a copy of all outgoing messages of users.

I checkd the folders and the sent messages on the profile does not contain any of the sent messages.

Thanks in advance
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guig

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open the administration console,

go to the "backup" section on the left; here, you can define parameters for "Archiving", you just have to check "enable mail archiving", choose "archive in local folder" or "remote address" and check what you want in the following options:

local messages
incoming messages
outgoing messages
relayed messages

if you select "Archive to local folder", use webmail with administrator account, and you can find the messages in archiving folders.

hope this helps you ...

sorry for my poor english ;)

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alloymendoza

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Appreciate the help :) Thanks
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