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Email Archiving

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I am trying to figure out how to retrieve archived emails in Webmail.  We currently are running domino and we have all emails archived on a server that mirrors our mail server.  We can recover in Notes and iNotes but we cannot figuer out how to do it in webmail.
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I assume that by webmail, you mean the "basic" webmail in contrast to the full iNotes. The webmail client has not been given this type of functionality, iit would have to be added by extensive programming.

What kind of recoveries are you trying to do, how frequent are they?
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I agree, this is not part of the standard webmail functionality. It is meant to be a minimal client.

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I see, but it is possible to program it in?  
If I am not wrong, we can program it, but it needs lots of coding and your mail archive copy should reside on Server to retrieve mails.....
Instead of doing all these, you can just increase there mail size.

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I am not having a mail size issue, the issue is when people come to us and say they need to access mail from a year ago.  As we were playing around with designer yesterday, we were able to create the link and have it show up, we just couldn't get it to access the right mail server.  
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