You are providing a lot more service than I would. The customer left.
Surely, the customer would not expect you to keep emails after he left.
Even if you "go the extra mile" my experience has been that a customer
will not come back -- until 18 months has gone by and they finally
realize that you were doing a much better job than everyone else.
Don't grovel so much.
------ Original Message ------
From: "Lyle Giese" HIDDEN@crcomputer.info>
To: "surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com" <email@example.com>
Sent: 7/30/2014 8:51:52 PM
Subject: [SurgeMail List] deleted domain
>A customer that left fairly recently(about 8 weeks ago) finally
>realized that most of their salesmen were lazy and did not copy off
>their email from my server. I had deleted their domain. However it was
>still sitting in the deleted folder and showed up as a restorable
>However in the mean time, one of my mirrored server became corrupted
>and I rebuilt it. If that matters.
>I went in and restored the domain. The users and the domain showed up,
>but none of their old email. It looks like the domain itself was
>restored but the mail was not copied back from the 'DELETED' folder.
>I copied the mail stores for the domain back, but none of their mail is
>showing up via the web admin. I have tried recalcaulating their
>mailbox, no luck.
>Not sure what I need to do to actually restore their email...
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