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Am 02.12.2011 07:02, schrieb email builder:
>>> Does anyone have any low-end/low-budget backup suggestions for user mail
>>> spools? Consider hobby type scenarios or small businesses with a cheap single
>>> hard drive rented (dedicated/shared) server where there may not be budget for
>>> another server or paid backup service.
>>> My thought was if data size wasn't too big, you can use duplicity
>>> and FTP the data to one of the few free "cloud"/online backup services
>>> (I think filesonic allows reasonable FTP access level, memopal and box.net seem
>>> to have webdav access, although might still be buggy to work with duplicity....
>>> others I looked at either didn't seem to have webdav or FTP or had limits
>>> that were too restrictive in their free accounts). Or just FTP stuff to an old
>>> file server in your office that's not used for anything except backups, but
>>> this depends on connectivity and consistent uptime.
>>> Or to again use duplicity with a cheap paid FTP account like at rsync.net.
>>> Are there other ways of achieving this?
>> Built into postfix; examine always_bcc and its variants.
> Thanks that's a good thing to keep in mind, but I'm not looking to archive all incoming messages, rather the current state of the users' mail spools.
> No other people have systems for doing this?
look here for in idea
-- Best Regards MfG Robert Schetterer Germany/Munich/Bavaria