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vlskip

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Is there a way to use the KOC rules to move messages to another place other then the Kerio store ???? like a pst on network drive.


I would like my office users to be able to do that to certain messages thet they get in very high quantity but imporatant for work.

We just switched from exchange to kerio and this was somthuing i did not think about testing (took for granted) and now i'm stuck.

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sedell

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As far as I know, there is no way to do this. The KOC/KMS rules work on the mailserver, which can't open a PST. The Outlook specific rules don't work because of the way the KOC connects to the server. You might be able to work something out with the auto archive feature in Outlook, but I've not tried it myself in a scenario like this.

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vlskip

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Bummer... exchange used to do this pretty well :(
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