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    Because I save all my mail, my mailbox is too large to leave on the server. As a result, I setup a local server on my desktop to use strictly as an archive. As part of this process, I have some thunderbird rules that file away various low priority messages to the archive automatically. I tried to replicate this with ZD, but it does not seem to allow cross-account filing.

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    Done.

    PS: I rest my case on openid --- I had to create yet *ANOTHER* account in bugzilla...

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    Quote Originally Posted by useopenid View Post
    Done.

    PS: I rest my case on openid --- I had to create yet *ANOTHER* account in bugzilla...
    Chill-
    Muti-site ID support is in the works for all Zimbra.com properties.

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    no huhu, just a gentle prod ;-)

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