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Funktion to get locally existing mailarchive as replica on HomeMail oder dedicated DominoArchive server.

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  • Oct 14 2020
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    Guest commented
    14 Oct 04:15pm

    I have spent many hours trying to write my own code to collect this data. A built-in LotusScript function to provide this would be helpful.

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    Guest commented
    14 Oct 01:02pm

    As long as no archive policy is in place to controll where and how archives have to be created mail users have the freedom to store their archives at any location.

    As long as there is no damage to the local disk or the user is moved to a new workstation everything is fine so far. But there won't be any backup.

    I'm looking for a solution to catch all of this existing local archives to create a replica on the users HomeMail or a dedicated Archive Server.

    Problem here normal user don't have create replica right on a server in generall.

    In the fist step it woul help to find information of this potentially available archive by reading out database properties \ archive settings \ criterieas.

    Second I'm looking for a tool collect these local replicas to create a replicatin stub to send it to the domino admin or to place the stub of the local replica on the ArchiveDirectory on the server and enables replication with the client at the end..