Re: [Evolution] Best way to archive Evolution

If your messages are locally stored in mbox format. You can use
something like mhonarc ( ) to generate an html
archive that you can stick up on a web server somewhere. I've been using
that for a couple of years now to keep an archive up to date and it
works very well and is very simple to use.


On Tue, 2005-04-12 at 14:12 +0800, Not Zed wrote:
On Tue, 2005-04-12 at 07:38 +0200, Rob van Eerd wrote: 
Hi there,

I used to be the Chairman of a local Scubadiving Club and now someone else
has volunteered to take over this role.
Now I need to store 2,5 years of valuable E-Mails in such a way that also
Windows users can reference it.

This is the hardest requirement.  I would suggest you store it on an
IMAP server somewhere, which supports multiple client access
(read-only?), and let them access it that way.  Or on an NNTP server
is another option.

Anything 'local' will be harder to distribute to multiple clients, let
alone different architectures.

I Just migrated from Evolution 1.something (FC2) to 2.something (FC3, I do
not have the machine at hand to check versions) meaning I have the data in
both the 1.x folders and the newer 2.x format.
Again, it is the windows end which is the harder thing to account for.
I guess it depends on if a server isn't a possible option, and what
formats windows clients support.

What's the best way to achieve this?

Rob van Eerd
Rosmalen, The Netherlands

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Michael Chase-Salerno (mike chasal net)

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