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Archiving Mail

Posted: Sun Aug 13, 2006 4:36 am
by scalper
any specific instructions / commands? :)

Archiving Mail

Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 9:56 am
by 14319KevinH

Archiving Mail

Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 5:10 pm
by rrojas
I'm a little confused.... all my COS has set a value for the spam and trash messages age (7 days), i believe that the action is to delete all messages from the folders spam and trash older than 7 days but i still had messages older than that..... so, what's the objective for this parameter ??
[quote user="14319KevinH"]On each server there is a Volumes tab. You set up your volumes there. Best way to verify is to check the archive dir after the age has past.[/QUOTE]

Archiving Mail

Posted: Fri Sep 01, 2006 12:51 am
by phoenix
[quote user="rrojas"]I'm a little confused.... all my COS has set a value for the spam and trash messages age (7 days), i believe that the action is to delete all messages from the folders spam and trash older than 7 days but i still had messages older than that..... so, what's the objective for this parameter ??[/QUOTE]

Yes, that what those COS values do. Which version are you one? Does your server run 24/7? The old messages are cleaned out overnight.

Archiving Mail

Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2006 10:57 am
by rrojas
[quote user="10330phoenix"]Yes, that what those COS values do. Which version are you one? Does your server run 24/7? The old messages are cleaned out overnight.[/QUOTE]
Version: 3.1.3_GA_474.RHEL4 09-jun-2006. It's run 24/7. But i'm still having this problem. How can i check what's wrong?
Regards.

Rigo

Archiving Mail

Posted: Mon Sep 11, 2006 11:25 am
by phoenix
Have a look in /opt/zimbra/log/zimbra.log and see if zimbra user auth failed appears, if it does then you've hit bug 8716 If that's it you can edit the script, it was fixed in later releases of zimbra.

Archiving Mail

Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 9:41 pm
by mansuper
Hi
My question is also on archiving emails. Based on the previous discussions, I can see that even the archived emails come under the email box quota.
Since I have upgraded to Zimbra 4.0.1 I have the following question.
My user is using Zimbra Outlook connector and reached 1900mb of his mailbox size. He donot want to delete any of his emails and right now we have not yet decided to upgrade to the latest version of Zimbra which supports beyond 2GB mail box accounts in using the Outlook connector.
Is there any way to archive the old emails so that the archived emails doesn't come under the mailbox size so that the user can use Outlook for accounts of more than 2 GB?
Advanced thanks

Archiving Mail

Posted: Wed Jan 03, 2007 9:49 am
by rholbert
I have a SAN partition mounted on a directory called /san
I used sudo chmod zimbra:zimbra /san to change ownership of /san to the zimbra user and the zimbra group
From my Zimbra Admin web site on port 7071 I went to Configuration > Servers > myserver
I clicked on Volumes > Add New Volume
I used message2 for the Volume Name, and /san for the Volume Root Path.
I selected Secondary Message for the type via the drop down box and kept the default settings of Compress Blobs and 4096 for the Compression Threshold (bytes). I then clicked Make Current.
I also kept the default setting of 30 Days for the Message age threshold.

Archiving Mail

Posted: Tue Apr 10, 2007 12:26 pm
by rholbert
I added the following to the end of zimbra's crontab using crontab -e
# HSM

0 2 * * * /opt/zimbra/bin/zmhsm --start
This will run every morning at 0200.