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dvazquez

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Hi,

Im running Mailserver 6.1.2.

I was wondering if it is possible to do a backup of only one user account instead of backing up all accounts.
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winkelman

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You could (when the user is logged out so no activity there) copy the users folder from the store itself (outside of KMS). Mind you, it still is tricky, cause the user could be getting new mail during copying which might screw up the consistency of the copied folder.
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Zakk

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this is very simple to solve, here an example:

- create a new folder e.g. on drive D:\backup-task
- set up a system task to run D:\backup-task\USERBACKUP.BAT late at night
- copy winrar.exe into the new folder

- create a USERBACKUP.BAT in the folder with the following content:

Quote:

winrar a -r -agYYYYMMDD -m5 -pPASSWORD d:\backup-task\USERNAME <_at_>backup.lst
move d:\backup-task\USERNAME*.rar \\fileserver\backup

(this creates the archiv with password-lock and moves it to an specific destination after completed)

- create a new textfile BACKUP.LST in the folder with the following content:

Quote:

D:\maildata\mail\YOURDOMAIN.COM\USERNAME-1
D:\maildata\mail\YOURDOMAIN.COM\USERNAME-2
D:\maildata\mail\#PUBLIC


USERNAME-2 + #PUBLIC are optional

best regards,

zakk
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