[ngw] Betr.: *SPAM* Re: Big archive to go

Gert gert at gwcheck.com
Thu Sep 13 15:35:56 UTC 2012


Agree,

The combination of caching/remote data plus an archive only works if the
caching/remote db has a FID that the archive has as well. YOu don't want to
run GW5AFE / FID editor cause probably the indexes of the archive will be
in trouble.

Gert

GWCheck.com




On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 5:15 PM, Tommy Mikkelsen <tm at orstrand.dk> wrote:

>
> No idea about 3.Party stuff, but I can tell you about a free one, if you
> want ?
>
> Logon to GW as the user in Spe.
>
> Switch into remote mode in the GW Client.
>
> After priming of the remote box, I would say you could delete the account
> online, and still be able to access all the old mails.
>
> And your user could send again using an IMap or POP3 account from within
> GW.
>
> /Tommy
>
>
>
> >>> On 9/13/2012 at 03:47 PM, in message <
> 5052002D020000500003B7EC at SMTP.ARNHEM.NL>, "Wim Dorsthorst-te" <
> Wim.te.Dorsthorst at arnhem.nl> wrote:
>
>
> Ok, Tommy,
>
> that's clear.
>
> Is there a free 1-mailbox-version from Advansys, Nexus, or any other
> product?
>
> Wim
>
>
>
> >>> Op 13-9-2012 om 15:41 is door "Tommy Mikkelsen" <tm at orstrand.dk>
> geschreven:
>
>
> I repeat....GW At Home is not a solution for you, since you'll not be able
> to open the archive, due to a missing FID
>
> /Tommy
>
> >>> On 9/13/2012 at 03:21 PM, in message <
> 5051F9FB020000500003B7E0 at SMTP.ARNHEM.NL>, "Wim Dorsthorst-te" <
> Wim.te.Dorsthorst at arnhem.nl> wrote:
>
>
> Thank you all for responding.
>
> The solution can be GW @ home ( mailto:GW at home ), but also something
> else: the external party has left our organisation, and are not running GW
> anymore.
> I think I create 1 big mailbox and copy (by archive / fideditor
> /de-archive) all mail into 1 mailbox.
>
> I just hope that GW @ home can handle 64 GB.
>
> Wim
>
>
>
> >>> Op 12-9-2012 om 22:27 is door "Tommy Mikkelsen" <tm at orstrand.dk>
> geschreven:
>
>
> The GW @ Home solution use the client in remote mode, and is NOT a
> solution for this situation, since the GW @ Home solution is running
> without a GW account, and as such, doesn't have a valid FID.
>
> I would go with Advansys or Nexus here
>
> /Tommy
>
> >>> On 9/12/2012 at 07:44 PM, in message <
> CAPOFyCoPadKqVMob8kQY8xv3iiSk56Dim-J4zKvccWRndhaxsg at mail.gmail.com>, Gert
> <gert at gwcheck.com> wrote:
>
>
> And if the user already has an archive he can keep it with the caching
> database. The caching is just a copy of the live mbox. The archive is
> accessible from the client.
>
> Perhaps some people from GroupWise @ Home want to shed a light on this.
> Their install comes close to a caching database that you take with you.
>
> BTW Isn't the caching solution as old as the Hit the road there was with
> GW 5 and 6 ?
>
> Gert
>
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>
>
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