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Re: Hosting Kerio [message #151485 is a reply to message #151396] Thu, 21 April 2022 04:04 Go to previous message
bigmountain is currently offline  bigmountain
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Rusty, I replied to your email, but will also answer here for benefit of the group. Kerio Connect's built-in archiving would be considered regular mailstore storage. We do not store the archives on cheaper, degraded storage. You will get the same performance accessing archives as you would with your inbox. However, unless the zip files are expanded, it is all compressed, taking a fraction of storage as would the normal data. If you currently keep the built-in archives stored in a separate drive or volume, we would most likely migrate/import those into the same mailstore directory. Backups are performed on your whole server, to include archives. Those archives would be accessible to you just as they are now. The thing to keep in mind is our private servers really do provide you the same manageability as your in-house server. Yes, you get all the benefits of being in the cloud, but it is your server and all of your current settings, passwords, etc. are migrated over. We do offer external e-discovery archiving for a per-user fee that has unmeasured storage quotas, but it would archive moving forward and not include past email.

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