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    can i archive emails on local machines rather than on the server, how safe it is, and whether i will need backup for that.

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    What client version are you using?

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    zimbra 6.0.10

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    Quote Originally Posted by hulisani.t View Post
    can i archive emails on local machines rather than on the server, how safe it is, and whether i will need backup for that.
    Read the articles in the forums and wiki on how to take a backup of your server and use one of those procedures to take regular backups (and store them offsite), Try all the backup solutions and also practice how to do a disaster recovery then use the procedure that's most comfortable ffor you to use.
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    Saving your backup data on local machine isn't the best solution. You can follow any backup strategy by community or take a look at a commercial solution like ZeXtras
    Federico Bertola
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