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I have an email address that we send alerts too. Well no one was cleaning it up so I added it to a class of service that I thought no one was using and set a retention time on emails so it could be cleared out easily. Well it turned out a few people were using and it deleted all there emails up to September of this year. I saw a post on how to re-inject an email but how do I found out which folder belongs to who in the /opt/zimbra/store/0/
Thanks for the reply. Well it looks all the emails are gone. Is there another place zimbra holds emails that have been deleted?
[quote user="559jwilson"]Thanks for the reply. Well it looks all the emails are gone. Is there another place zimbra holds emails that have been deleted?[/QUOTE]If they have gone past the retention period then they are completely removed, I'm afraid.
ok, thanks for the help
Hi when you say the " retention period " what do you mean ?
[quote user="awtohost"]Hi when you say the " retention period " what do you mean ?[/QUOTE]Exactly what I said, after the period of time that's set for the retention period of the mail they will be removed.
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