Topic: Taking backup of mail directories
This is to find a better way of backing up my emails (not just the database backups, though of course that's great!)
When I last gunzip (compressed) archived the old messages before upgrading to my current working version of iRedMail it's come to a point I'd rather just do a server rebuild it's becoming far too much of a chore keeping everything working lol.
What with systematic changes a few times etc... you know.
Anyways the problem I last had with backing up, was that every email I had in there looked like it'd just been sent so it came in as unread or sorry appeared like it was unread but had already been read of course.
Is there anyway of making sure that when an emails unread it stays that way if I was to rebuild my server after taking a raw file system backup and then go to restore the actual physical emails?
I'd really be interested in this!
I appreciate any help in advanced of course,
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- iRedMail version: 0.8.4
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- Linux/BSD distribution name and version: CentOS 6.5
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