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Quota-Based archiving

Archiving can currently be performed on schedule (triggered via client or server).

A customer brought up the idea to trigger archiving based on a certain threshold. E.g. when the quota of a database reaches 95 % (configurable) of the configured quota - a (configurable) server-side or client-side archiving should be performed.

This is something that could (should)be configurable using a policy and the archive profile document.

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  • Nov 3 2020
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    Thomas Hampel commented
    17 Jan 11:06am

    You can do this with an agent that will periodically check all mail files on the current server and (when it exceeds the quota limit) send a "load compact -a path/mailfile.nsf" to the server's console

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    Guest commented
    9 Nov, 2020 08:34am

    Hi Thomas,

    for us would be "Archive documents until x % free space" the goal.

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    Guest commented
    4 Nov, 2020 11:25am

    Yes - documents older than x - preferably all of the current possible archive criteria. that. And this should be configurable in the archive profile based on quota.

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    4 Nov, 2020 10:45am

    If you reach your quota limit - what should be archived? Mails older than x ? Archive documents until x % free space?