[oclug] Redundant mail servers.
scheng at aotera.org
Tue Mar 22 15:24:47 EST 2005
Another solution is to use network block level file system redundancy
to keep a backup mail server's disk/partition in sync with a primary
mail server. Linux has support for it somewhere. [Saw it once forget
what it is called]. Works with any mail protocol.
On Mar 22, 2005, at 14:05, Adrian Irving-Beer wrote:
> 'offlineimap' is a good tool for this particular job. In its default
> mode, it syncs a remote IMAP server to a local maildir, but it can
> also sync a remote IMAP to a local IMAP (albeit less tested).
> It keeps metadata, and I've used it daily for months now (in the
> maildir style). Seems to be okay whether I mess around on the server
> or on the local maildir store.
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