alizaman at softwoodtextiles.com
Thu Sep 12 00:50:16 PDT 2013
PD and Merchandising
On 9/12/2013 12:43 PM, Dirk Schneider wrote:
> we use a IMAP server and backup this one every night into a single
> file with lots of GBs without problems.
> It's a linux system.
> You can use a tarball of every mailbox, so you have a quick restore of
> deleted or forgotten data. Most cases are not IMAP crash, mostly the
> error is located 50 cm in front of the monitor ...
> Best solution we found is to use maildir systems (at the server), so
> every mail is a single file. Limitations are most widely outside
> usability. IMHO nobody can use an unstructered mail filing, you can
> structure by date, by correspondence or what else and you will never
> reach more then a GB. I have up to 3-4 thousends of mail in a single
> folder and then I start to sort because of searching is to exhausting.
> Maybe you will see some brainstorming here :)
> Dirk Schneider
> Landeskriminalamt Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
> Dezernat 12-3 (IT)
> Retgendorfer Str. 09
> 19067 Rampe
> Mail: dirk.schneider at lka-mv.de
> Mail: dirk.schneider at polmv.de
> Tel: +49 3866 64-1233
> Fax: +49 3866 64-1250
> Am 11.09.2013 19:27, schrieb Laurent MECHARLE:
>> Hi Martin
>> thanks for suggest but we have a imap server that store the mail and
>> working fine. but for lighting this we archive on another space for
>> perform faster recovery if imap server crash and apply mail quota but
>> this case is very exceptional
>> but i understand i create
>> archive-part2 for example
>> and store max 4 Gb space
>> i would just understand why the limitation was
>> and i know why now with the community help
>> Le 11 sept. 2013 à 18:49, tb-enterprise-request at mozilla.org a écrit :
>>> Hi Laurent,
>>> maybe you should think about installing IMAP on a server.
>>> You can connect to your IMAP-Server via TB and IMAP is capable to store
>>> large amounts of mail.
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