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Multiple Instances On One Server

I have a situation where a customer would like to have 2 separate iFolder
data stores on the same server. The reason is that they have to do
special backups of their email data due to their email retention policy so
email and regular data need to be separated. They are going to be using
iFolder 3 for sites that don't have a server. My idea is to run 2
separate instances of iFolder on the same box, one for regular data and
one for groupwise caching/archive data. The second instance would be
bound to another ip address. and have it's own apache config and data
store path. There is a how-to on for running multiple domains
on one ifolder server, but I am having issues translating the config to an
OES Linux server with iFolder 3 enterprise on it. Has anybody ever tried
this on an OES box?

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