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Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
Zarafa Archiver workshop
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Zarafa Archiver workshop

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Workshop slides about Zarafa Archiver deployment by Milo Oostergo at Zarafa SummerCamp 2011

Workshop slides about Zarafa Archiver deployment by Milo Oostergo at Zarafa SummerCamp 2011

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  • 1. Zarafa Archiver handson lab Milo Oostergo (m.oostergo@zarafa.com)www.zarafa.com
  • 2. Details virtual machine • Single server Zarafa 7.0.0 instance • Keyboard layout: US • Login account: root/root • 3 mailboxes with data already available on system – John/john – Mary/mary – Steve/stevewww.zarafa.com
  • 3. Archiving strategy • The Zarafa archiver can be used for two purposes: – Reducing storage on primary server and eliminating pst files – Keep history on all incoming and outgoing emails • Choose the strategy before further deploying the Zarafa Archiverwww.zarafa.com
  • 4. Creating of archiver store • Every user who will use the Zarafa Archiver need to be coupled to an archive mailbox. • Multiple users can be coupled to one archive mailbox or every user can get a own archive mailbox • Create a new non-active user called archive with the zarafa-admin toolwww.zarafa.com
  • 5. Couple user to archive mailbox • Couple the user John to the archive mailbox with the zarafa-archiver command • Please use the --no-folder option when coupling every user to a individual archive mailbox • By default the user will have read-only permissions on his archive! Please use the -w option to give an user “Owner” permissions on his archive store.www.zarafa.com
  • 6. Configure archive steps • Open /etc/zarafa/archiver.cfg to enable the different archive stages and configure the time setting • Set the loglevel to 6 for later debugging • Normally configure the SSL certificates if setup contains multiple server nodes. Not necessary in this lab.www.zarafa.com
  • 7. Archive run • Execute the Zarafa-archiver for user john • Check the logfile for the different archive stageswww.zarafa.com
  • 8. Permissions synchronisation • By default a user has read-only permissions on his archive mailbox • With the za-aclsync tool permissions set on the primary mailbox can be synchronised to the archive mailboxwww.zarafa.com
  • 9. Test permissions sync • Give mary secretary permissions on the Inbox of John • Run the za-aclsync tool • Check in the archive mailbox if the permissions are correctly synchronisedwww.zarafa.com
  • 10. Perform automatic archive runs • To run the Zarafa-Archiver every night or week, set a cronjob to perform this task 01*** /usr/bin/zarafa-archiver -A > /dev/null 2>&1www.zarafa.com
  • 11. Where to get it? • The Zarafa-Archiver can be downloaded from the Zarafa Portal only at the moment • To use the Archiver an additional subscription is required. This subscription allows you to have a cluster with a Zarafa-server and an archive nodewww.zarafa.com
  • 12. Thanks a lot for joining this handson lab! Contact me on: Email: milo@zarafa.com Twitter: moostergo IRC: zMilo on freenode #zarafawww.zarafa.com

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