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Old 23rd April 2012, 11:35
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Default Some question about administration

Hello,
congratulations for ISPconfig, it work like a dream!

I have some question:
- my mail server work with Postfix and Courier, where I can find and edit timeout about retry queue? I think actually it's a week of retry too long for me.
- when I connect with IMAP to Courier only "Inbox" folder are translated in italian, where I can edit the translation in italian of other mail folder?
- I have a multi servere setup with ISPconfig, if I want to migrate to new multi server setup how I can backup and reimport data and ISPconfig?
- It's possible to export multi server setup, to a new multi server setup with cluster of each single server (2 x DNS, 2 x Email, 2 x Web, 2 x DB) using this guide http://www.howtoforge.com/installing...th-ispconfig-3

Thank you!

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