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    Default Backup User Quarantine's

    This isn't strictly Spam Blocker related but thought I would drop it here since this seems to be the closest. We have an occasional issue with a user deleting emails from their quarantine that they didn't mean to. I assume that these are stored in the PostgreSQL database somewhere. Is there an easy way to back these up to say just a flat file somewhere on our network? I wouldn't really need a way to re-send it, just retrieve the contents of the message. This might belong in hacks so please move it if you think that's a better home for it. Any ideas? Thanks!
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    They are actually stored on disk. Take a look at the files located beneath
    /usr/share/untangle/quarantine/.

    HTH, Dan

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    Sweet, thanks! Any way to match up which number is which user/email address?
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    You should be able to do it by parsing the contents of the summary.open file (not sure how often this file gets refreshed).

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    Awesome, thanks so much!
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