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mailbfr

The latest release of mailbfr is available for download on this page. 


See current changelog for a complete list of fixes and additions.
Please read our FAQs as well.

mailbfr assists Mac OS X Server mail service administrators in creating a backup of their active mail settings and stores.

mailbfr will create a backup of all Postfix and Cyrus settings, together with the Postfix Queue, the Cyrus Mailstores and Sieve scripts. The type of backup (full, incremental, rotation) can be selected.

It has an array of additional functions. Among them the possibility to selectively restore settings, single mail stores, single mail users or all mail services.

mailbfr can also assist you in fixing a corrupt cyrus database.

This script is written for Mac OS X 10.3.x, 10.4.x and 10.5.x.
A separate version for 10.6.x Snow Leopard will be available.

mailbfr is a free download.

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  • Guest - Major

    Will there be a version for 10.9/Server 3.2.2 or Yosemite/ Server 4 ?
    I would appreciate this, because Apple's backup strategy with TimeMachine is somewhat ..needless.

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