GW 2014 Archive Setup Step by Step

Hi, I'm relatively new to Groupwise 2014. I'm running GW2014R2 on SLES 11

I wish to seup an archive repositry. Everything I've read so far just deals with the
setup of the client.

In GW 6.5 I had to setup a drive where the email messages will archive to.

What are the steps in GW2014? Do I need to create and mount a volume on the SLES 11 server?

Any instructions or a link to setup the archive repositry will be appreciated.

Thanks
Pete
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  • In article <howzit42.7yt3rb@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Howzit42
    wrote:
    > I wish to seup an archive repositry. Everything I've read so far just
    > deals with the
    > setup of the client.


    What is your aim for this archive function?
    This particular archive system was designed as a way of getting mail
    off of the server back when they tended to be a very precious
    commodity. With GroupWise's single instance storage, you tend to take
    more space moving mail to this style of archive unless you are aiming
    for a different set of cheaper drives and/or being very selective of
    what is archived.
    If you are aiming for any sort of legal protection, then you need
    something more than this, more something like
    https://www.gwava.com/archive-groupwise-email


    Andy of
    http://KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
    Knowledge Partner
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  • In article <howzit42.7yt3rb@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Howzit42
    wrote:
    > I wish to seup an archive repositry. Everything I've read so far just
    > deals with the
    > setup of the client.


    What is your aim for this archive function?
    This particular archive system was designed as a way of getting mail
    off of the server back when they tended to be a very precious
    commodity. With GroupWise's single instance storage, you tend to take
    more space moving mail to this style of archive unless you are aiming
    for a different set of cheaper drives and/or being very selective of
    what is archived.
    If you are aiming for any sort of legal protection, then you need
    something more than this, more something like
    https://www.gwava.com/archive-groupwise-email


    Andy of
    http://KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
    Knowledge Partner
    http://forums.novell.com/member.php/75037-konecnya
    If you find a post helpful and are logged in the Web interface, please
    show your appreciation by clicking on the star below. Thanks!

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