Group: netwin.surgemail
Subject: [SurgeMail List] Legal Archive stored locally
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2017 09:43:42 -0400

Hi,

I'm trying to enable a legal archive to store on a partition of my 1TB 
hard drive (ie. Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive).
It doesn't seem to working because the folder surgemail_legal_archive 
has zero bytes for zero items on disk.
I have ticked Enable Legal Archive and ticked Disable Amazon/S3, set the 
path for local storage shown above and set the Encryption Password.
Is there something I'm missing?
The hard drive is 1TB partitioned into two 500GB drives with the first 
partition named Server HD which is where Surgemail is located
and the second partition is Macintosh HD2.

Thanks,
Randy


From: Eric Vey <junker@ericvey.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2017 09:46:23 -0400

This is an external USB or lightening drive?



On March 17, 2017 9:44:04 AM Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to enable a legal archive to store on a partition of my 1TB
> hard drive (ie. Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive).
> It doesn't seem to working because the folder surgemail_legal_archive
> has zero bytes for zero items on disk.
> I have ticked Enable Legal Archive and ticked Disable Amazon/S3, set the
> path for local storage shown above and set the Encryption Password.
> Is there something I'm missing?
> The hard drive is 1TB partitioned into two 500GB drives with the first
> partition named Server HD which is where Surgemail is located
> and the second partition is Macintosh HD2.
>
> Thanks,
> Randy
>




From: Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2017 10:12:07 -0400

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No it's the internal HD of a mac mini.

*Randy Zumwalde* • Tel: 513.651.1888
The John K. Howe Company, Inc.
7188 Main Street | Cincinnati, OH 45244

Be sure to visit us online at http://www.ehowe.com
Like us on Facebook at _https://www.facebook.com/howemarketing_
Looking for product ideas? visit _http://ehowe.mypromohq.com_

On 3/17/17 9:46 AM, Eric Vey wrote:
> This is an external USB or lightening drive?
>
>
>
> On March 17, 2017 9:44:04 AM Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> 
> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm trying to enable a legal archive to store on a partition of my 1TB
>> hard drive (ie. Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive).
>> It doesn't seem to working because the folder surgemail_legal_archive
>> has zero bytes for zero items on disk.
>> I have ticked Enable Legal Archive and ticked Disable Amazon/S3, set the
>> path for local storage shown above and set the Encryption Password.
>> Is there something I'm missing?
>> The hard drive is 1TB partitioned into two 500GB drives with the first
>> partition named Server HD which is where Surgemail is located
>> and the second partition is Macintosh HD2.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Randy
>>
>
>
>
>


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    No it's the internal HD of a mac mini.<br>
    <br>
    <div class="moz-signature"><span style="font-size:11pt"><font
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      <span style="font-size:9pt"><font color="#3b3b3b" face="Calibri,
          Verdana, Helvetica, Arial"> • Tel: 513.651.1888
          <br>
          The John K. Howe Company, Inc.
          <br>
          7188 Main Street | Cincinnati, OH 45244<br>
        </font></span>
      <span style="font-size:10pt"><font face="Helvetica, Verdana,
          Arial">
          <br>
          Be sure to visit us online at <font color="#0000FF"><a
              href="http://www.ehowe.com">http://www.ehowe.com</a></font>
          <br>
          Like us on Facebook at <font color="#0000FF"><u><a
                href="https://www.facebook.com/howemarketing">https://www.facebook.com/howemarketing</a></u></font>
          <br>
          Looking for product ideas? visit <font color="#0000FF"><u><a
                href="http://ehowe.mypromohq.com">http://ehowe.mypromohq.com</a></u></font><br>
        </font></span>
      <img src="cid:part4.8CD5C830.F46353C1@ehowe.com"><br>
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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 3/17/17 9:46 AM, Eric Vey wrote:<br>
    </div>
    <blockquote
      cite="mid:15adc84eb98.2858.29935be4871fdf37a0211382485d9c02@ericvey.com"
      type="cite">This is an external USB or lightening drive?
      <br>
      <br>
      <br>
      <br>
      On March 17, 2017 9:44:04 AM Randy Zumwalde
      <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com">&lt;zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com&gt;</a> wrote:
      <br>
      <br>
      <blockquote type="cite">Hi,
        <br>
        <br>
        I'm trying to enable a legal archive to store on a partition of
        my 1TB
        <br>
        hard drive (ie. Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive).
        <br>
        It doesn't seem to working because the folder
        surgemail_legal_archive
        <br>
        has zero bytes for zero items on disk.
        <br>
        I have ticked Enable Legal Archive and ticked Disable Amazon/S3,
        set the
        <br>
        path for local storage shown above and set the Encryption
        Password.
        <br>
        Is there something I'm missing?
        <br>
        The hard drive is 1TB partitioned into two 500GB drives with the
        first
        <br>
        partition named Server HD which is where Surgemail is located
        <br>
        and the second partition is Macintosh HD2.
        <br>
        <br>
        Thanks,
        <br>
        Randy
        <br>
        <br>
      </blockquote>
      <br>
      <br>
      <br>
      <br>
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From: "IBS Ltd." <admin@ibsltd.ca>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2017 12:25:29 -0300

Good day Randy,.

On our Mac system - surgemail runs as user daemon. You can see the user =
in activity monitor.

My solution was to place the legal archive folder in the surgemail =
folder (/usr/local/surgemail) - and give the user daemon write =
permission. Works perfectly.

My path for the legal archive looks like this:
/usr/local/surgemail/legalarchive

--
Gary Nightingale


> On Mar 17, 2017, at 11:12 AM, Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> =
wrote:
>=20
> No it's the internal HD of a mac mini.
>=20
> Randy Zumwalde =95 Tel: 513.651.1888=20
> The John K. Howe Company, Inc.=20
> 7188 Main Street | Cincinnati, OH 45244
>=20
> Be sure to visit us online at http://www.ehowe.com=20
> Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/howemarketing=20
> Looking for product ideas? visit http://ehowe.mypromohq.com
> <howe2015.jpg>
> On 3/17/17 9:46 AM, Eric Vey wrote:
>> This is an external USB or lightening drive?=20
>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>> On March 17, 2017 9:44:04 AM Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> =
wrote:=20
>>=20
>>> Hi,=20
>>>=20
>>> I'm trying to enable a legal archive to store on a partition of my =
1TB=20
>>> hard drive (ie. Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive).=20
>>> It doesn't seem to working because the folder =
surgemail_legal_archive=20
>>> has zero bytes for zero items on disk.=20
>>> I have ticked Enable Legal Archive and ticked Disable Amazon/S3, set =
the=20
>>> path for local storage shown above and set the Encryption Password.=20=

>>> Is there something I'm missing?=20
>>> The hard drive is 1TB partitioned into two 500GB drives with the =
first=20
>>> partition named Server HD which is where Surgemail is located=20
>>> and the second partition is Macintosh HD2.=20
>>>=20
>>> Thanks,=20
>>> Randy=20
>>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>=20



From: Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2017 15:17:58 -0400

Thanks for the reply Gary,

So can I have Surgemail archive to different volume?
Surgemail is currently installed on the main volume named Server HD.
My other volume is named Macintosh HD2.
These volumes are a single 1TB drive that I have partitioned into two 
500MB drives.

I don't want to archive to the main volume since it is running a web 
server and mail server.
I would rather have it archive to the other volume since it has 500MB of 
empty space.
I have a folder in there named surgemail_legal_archive and I set 
ownership to daemon since surgemail runs as daemon.

What file path do I need to enter under the Legal Archive Configuration 
page in Surgemail Admin?
Would I enter "Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive"
or
"filemac:/Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive"
or something else ?

Thanks
Randy

On 3/17/17 11:25 AM, IBS Ltd. wrote:
> Good day Randy,.
>
> On our Mac system - surgemail runs as user daemon. You can see the user in activity monitor.
>
> My solution was to place the legal archive folder in the surgemail folder (/usr/local/surgemail) - and give the user daemon write permission. Works perfectly.
>
> My path for the legal archive looks like this:
> /usr/local/surgemail/legalarchive
>
> --
> Gary Nightingale
>
>
>> On Mar 17, 2017, at 11:12 AM, Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> wrote:
>>
>> No it's the internal HD of a mac mini.
>>
>> Randy Zumwalde • Tel: 513.651.1888
>> The John K. Howe Company, Inc.
>> 7188 Main Street | Cincinnati, OH 45244
>>
>> Be sure to visit us online at http://www.ehowe.com
>> Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/howemarketing
>> Looking for product ideas? visit http://ehowe.mypromohq.com
>> <howe2015.jpg>
>> On 3/17/17 9:46 AM, Eric Vey wrote:
>>> This is an external USB or lightening drive?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On March 17, 2017 9:44:04 AM Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> I'm trying to enable a legal archive to store on a partition of my 1TB
>>>> hard drive (ie. Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive).
>>>> It doesn't seem to working because the folder surgemail_legal_archive
>>>> has zero bytes for zero items on disk.
>>>> I have ticked Enable Legal Archive and ticked Disable Amazon/S3, set the
>>>> path for local storage shown above and set the Encryption Password.
>>>> Is there something I'm missing?
>>>> The hard drive is 1TB partitioned into two 500GB drives with the first
>>>> partition named Server HD which is where Surgemail is located
>>>> and the second partition is Macintosh HD2.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks,
>>>> Randy
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>



From: "IBS Ltd." <admin@ibsltd.ca>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2017 16:35:49 -0300

Good day Randy,

Open up the terminal and drag your folder into an open terminal window =
to reveal the path=85

In surgemail admin - It would look something like:
/Volumes/Macintosh\ HD2/surgemail_legal_archive

=97
Gary Nightingale=09


> On Mar 17, 2017, at 4:17 PM, Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> =
wrote:
>=20
> Thanks for the reply Gary,
>=20
> So can I have Surgemail archive to different volume?
> Surgemail is currently installed on the main volume named Server HD.
> My other volume is named Macintosh HD2.
> These volumes are a single 1TB drive that I have partitioned into two =
500MB drives.
>=20
> I don't want to archive to the main volume since it is running a web =
server and mail server.
> I would rather have it archive to the other volume since it has 500MB =
of empty space.
> I have a folder in there named surgemail_legal_archive and I set =
ownership to daemon since surgemail runs as daemon.
>=20
> What file path do I need to enter under the Legal Archive =
Configuration page in Surgemail Admin?
> Would I enter "Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive"
> or
> "filemac:/Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive"
> or something else ?
>=20
> Thanks
> Randy
>=20
> On 3/17/17 11:25 AM, IBS Ltd. wrote:
>> Good day Randy,.
>>=20
>> On our Mac system - surgemail runs as user daemon. You can see the =
user in activity monitor.
>>=20
>> My solution was to place the legal archive folder in the surgemail =
folder (/usr/local/surgemail) - and give the user daemon write =
permission. Works perfectly.
>>=20
>> My path for the legal archive looks like this:
>> /usr/local/surgemail/legalarchive
>>=20
>> --
>> Gary Nightingale
>>=20
>>=20
>>> On Mar 17, 2017, at 11:12 AM, Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> =
wrote:
>>>=20
>>> No it's the internal HD of a mac mini.
>>>=20
>>> Randy Zumwalde =95 Tel: 513.651.1888
>>> The John K. Howe Company, Inc.
>>> 7188 Main Street | Cincinnati, OH 45244
>>>=20
>>> Be sure to visit us online at http://www.ehowe.com
>>> Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/howemarketing
>>> Looking for product ideas? visit http://ehowe.mypromohq.com
>>> <howe2015.jpg>
>>> On 3/17/17 9:46 AM, Eric Vey wrote:
>>>> This is an external USB or lightening drive?
>>>>=20
>>>>=20
>>>>=20
>>>> On March 17, 2017 9:44:04 AM Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> =
wrote:
>>>>=20
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>=20
>>>>> I'm trying to enable a legal archive to store on a partition of my =
1TB
>>>>> hard drive (ie. Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive).
>>>>> It doesn't seem to working because the folder =
surgemail_legal_archive
>>>>> has zero bytes for zero items on disk.
>>>>> I have ticked Enable Legal Archive and ticked Disable Amazon/S3, =
set the
>>>>> path for local storage shown above and set the Encryption =
Password.
>>>>> Is there something I'm missing?
>>>>> The hard drive is 1TB partitioned into two 500GB drives with the =
first
>>>>> partition named Server HD which is where Surgemail is located
>>>>> and the second partition is Macintosh HD2.
>>>>>=20
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> Randy
>>>>>=20
>>>>=20
>>>>=20
>>>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>=20
>=20



From: Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2017 16:10:24 -0400

Got it.
So I pasted "/Volumes/Macintosh\ HD2/surgemail_legal_archive" into the 
Path for local storage field in the SurgeMail Admin interface.
Hopefully that will do it!

Thanks Gary!

On 3/17/17 3:35 PM, IBS Ltd. wrote:
> Good day Randy,
>
> Open up the terminal and drag your folder into an open terminal window to reveal the path…
>
> In surgemail admin - It would look something like:
> /Volumes/Macintosh\ HD2/surgemail_legal_archive
>
> —
> Gary Nightingale	
>
>
>> On Mar 17, 2017, at 4:17 PM, Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> wrote:
>>
>> Thanks for the reply Gary,
>>
>> So can I have Surgemail archive to different volume?
>> Surgemail is currently installed on the main volume named Server HD.
>> My other volume is named Macintosh HD2.
>> These volumes are a single 1TB drive that I have partitioned into two 500MB drives.
>>
>> I don't want to archive to the main volume since it is running a web server and mail server.
>> I would rather have it archive to the other volume since it has 500MB of empty space.
>> I have a folder in there named surgemail_legal_archive and I set ownership to daemon since surgemail runs as daemon.
>>
>> What file path do I need to enter under the Legal Archive Configuration page in Surgemail Admin?
>> Would I enter "Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive"
>> or
>> "filemac:/Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive"
>> or something else ?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Randy
>>
>> On 3/17/17 11:25 AM, IBS Ltd. wrote:
>>> Good day Randy,.
>>>
>>> On our Mac system - surgemail runs as user daemon. You can see the user in activity monitor.
>>>
>>> My solution was to place the legal archive folder in the surgemail folder (/usr/local/surgemail) - and give the user daemon write permission. Works perfectly.
>>>
>>> My path for the legal archive looks like this:
>>> /usr/local/surgemail/legalarchive
>>>
>>> --
>>> Gary Nightingale
>>>
>>>
>>>> On Mar 17, 2017, at 11:12 AM, Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> No it's the internal HD of a mac mini.
>>>>
>>>> Randy Zumwalde • Tel: 513.651.1888
>>>> The John K. Howe Company, Inc.
>>>> 7188 Main Street | Cincinnati, OH 45244
>>>>
>>>> Be sure to visit us online at http://www.ehowe.com
>>>> Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/howemarketing
>>>> Looking for product ideas? visit http://ehowe.mypromohq.com
>>>> <howe2015.jpg>
>>>> On 3/17/17 9:46 AM, Eric Vey wrote:
>>>>> This is an external USB or lightening drive?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On March 17, 2017 9:44:04 AM Randy Zumwalde <zumwalde.rl@ehowe.com> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm trying to enable a legal archive to store on a partition of my 1TB
>>>>>> hard drive (ie. Macintosh HD2/surgemail_legal_archive).
>>>>>> It doesn't seem to working because the folder surgemail_legal_archive
>>>>>> has zero bytes for zero items on disk.
>>>>>> I have ticked Enable Legal Archive and ticked Disable Amazon/S3, set the
>>>>>> path for local storage shown above and set the Encryption Password.
>>>>>> Is there something I'm missing?
>>>>>> The hard drive is 1TB partitioned into two 500GB drives with the first
>>>>>> partition named Server HD which is where Surgemail is located
>>>>>> and the second partition is Macintosh HD2.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>> Randy
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>
>>
>
>