[clug] Interesting article
steve at nerdvana.org.au
Tue Jan 6 00:43:53 GMT 2009
Michael Still wrote:
> Steve Walsh wrote:
>> Having just gone through a whole bunch of documentation as part of a
>> student email migration, neither gmail or hotmail (or hotmail as
>> exchange labs) explicitly guarantee the availability or accessibility
>> of your email. They generally (from what I could extract with pokers
>> and teeth pliers) do "backup" by keeping your email in perpetual
>> motion on a daily basis, so that if they lose the DC you happen to be
>> in, TS, but it only impacts a small number of people. If you want the
>> ability to recover email that's been deleted or lost in a system
>> crash, then you run your email through a (different) company that
>> archives your mail first.
> This is incorrect.
can you elaborate on this? Gmail does do archiving and backup of all
email, or all email is kept in the one datacentre for all eternity?
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