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Old 12th November 2007, 14:35
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Unhappy Postfix Restore - Server Migration

Hello Friends,

My server was hacked with a rootkit (SHV4/5)... The only way founded to repair was a new installation...

Now, I need to restore the e-mails from the folders /var/www/*domain*/user/*user*/Maildir/. What I have to do? Only copy the e-mails and folders?

Thanks in advance,

Vinicius
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Old 12th November 2007, 23:52
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What I have to do? Only copy the e-mails and folders?
Yes. But make sure that you preserve the permissions or change the permissions to the owner of the mailbox after you copied them.
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