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    Reconstruc zarafa email from file saved in filesystem

    It is possible rebuild the database from the mails stored in the file system .
    The database was initialized so that is not corrupt , we must rebuild the mailboxes starting files saved mail in the operating system.

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    Hello hectorm,

    I am afraid this is not possible. All mail data is stored as mapi objects inside the innodb database and the only case that actual mails are stored in the filesystem is when imap has been activated for a user. And even then you do not have a way to see to which user an element belongs (without directly looking at the message) or even in which folder the message resided.

    For a full system recovery you always need a backup of the innodb database.
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