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현재 버전 게시자: kenneth krabat ,

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If you want to fiddle with it - I have not done exactly this, but... - maybe you can use "folder actions": Find your Mail folder in your library, ctrl-click the folder and choose Services at the bottom of the popup, and Folder Actions setup.
 
I remember I found a script at some point, when I needed an FTP program to automatically upload any NEW doument that arrived in a designated folder.
 
This is similar. You could save your mail folder by having a folder action copy any changes to the mail folder to your cloud Mail copy folder (allow time for email download to finish, eg when checking your mail in the morning or at email rush hour, otherwise you may end up with copies of half arrived emails. Or you could set the folder action to only upload, when your email program is idle or closed. NB: Email attachments go into a different folder in the Library). Or you could backup to a mounted hard drive folder, or USB stick.
 
It may not be exactly what you had in mind, funtionality wise, but you will get an instantaneous copy.
 
Good luck with finding and editing a script. It CAN be done.
 
And if you find or make a functioning script, please let people know here.

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편집 작업: kenneth krabat ,

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If you want to fiddle with it - I have not done exactly this, but... - maybe you can use "folder actions": Find your Mail folder in your library, ctrl-click the folder and choose Services at the bottom of the popup, and Folder Actions setup.
 
I remember I found a script at some point, when I needed an FTP program to automatically upload any NEW doument that arrived in a designated folder.
 
This is similar. You could save your mail folder by having a folder action copy any changes to the mail folder to your cloud Mail copy folder (allow time for actionsemail download to finish, eg when checking your mail in the morning or at email rush hour, otherwise you may end up with copies of half arrived emails. Or you could set the folder action to only upload, when your email program is idle or closed. NB: Email attachments go into a different folder in the Library). Or you could backup to a mounted hard drive folder, or USB stick.
This is similar. You could save your mail folder by having a folder action copy any changes to the mail folder to your cloud Mail copy folder (allow time for actionsemail download to finish, eg when checking your mail in the morning or at email rush hour, otherwise you may end up with copies of half arrived emails. Or you could set the folder action to only upload, when your email program is idle or closed. NB: Email attachments go into a different folder in the Library). Or you could backup to a mounted hard drive folder, or USB stick.
 
It may not be exactly what you had in mind, funtionality wise, but you will get an instantaneous copy.
 
Good luck with finding and editing a script. It CAN be done.

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편집 작업: kenneth krabat ,

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fIf you want to fiddle with it - I have not done exactly this, but... - maybe you can use "folder actions": Find your Mail folder in your library, ctrl-click the folder and choose Services at the bottom of the popup, and Folder Actions setup.
fIf you want to fiddle with it - I have not done exactly this, but... - maybe you can use "folder actions": Find your Mail folder in your library, ctrl-click the folder and choose Services at the bottom of the popup, and Folder Actions setup.
 
I remember I found a script at some point, when I needed an FTP program to automatically upload any NEW doument that arrived in a designated folder.
 
This is similar. You could save your mail folder by having a folder action copy any changes to the mail folder to your cloud Mail copy folder (allow time for actions to finish, eg checking your mail in the morning or at email rush hour, otherwise you may end up with copies of half arrived emails. NB: Email attachments go into a different folder in the Library). Or you could backup to a mounted hard drive folder, or USB stick.
 
It may not be exactly what you had in mind, funtionality wise, but you will get an instantaneous copy.
 
Good luck with finding and editing a script. It CAN be done.

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편집 작업: kenneth krabat ,

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f you want to fiddle with it - I have not done exactly this, but... - maybe you can use "folder actions": Find your Mail folder in your library, ctrl-click the folder and choose Services at the bottom of the popup, and Folder Actions setup.
 
I remember I found a script at some point, when I needed an FTP program to automatically upload any NEW doument that arrived in a designated folder.
 
This is similar. You could duplicatesave your mail folder to a cloud server, and haveby having a folder action copy any changes to the mail folder to your cloud Mail copy folderfolder (allow time for actions to finish, eg checking your mail in the morning or at email rush hour, otherwise you may end up with copies of half arrived emails. NB: Email attachments go into a different folder in the Library). Or you could backup to a mounted hard drive folder, or USB stick.
This is similar. You could duplicatesave your mail folder to a cloud server, and haveby having a folder action copy any changes to the mail folder to your cloud Mail copy folderfolder (allow time for actions to finish, eg checking your mail in the morning or at email rush hour, otherwise you may end up with copies of half arrived emails. NB: Email attachments go into a different folder in the Library). Or you could backup to a mounted hard drive folder, or USB stick.
 
It may not be exactly what you had in mind, funtionality wise, but you will get an instantaneous copy.
 
Good luck with finding and editing a script. It CAN be done.

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원문 게시자: kenneth krabat ,

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f you want to fiddle with it - I have not done exactly this, but... - maybe you can use "folder actions": Find your Mail folder in your library, ctrl-click the folder and choose Services at the bottom of the popup, and Folder Actions setup.

I remember I found a script at some point, when I needed an FTP program to automatically upload any NEW doument that arrived in a designated folder.

This is similar. You could duplicate your mail folder to a cloud server, and have a folder action copy any changes to the mail folder to your cloud Mail copy folder. Or a mounted hard drive folder, or USB stick.

It may not be exactly what you had in mind, funtionality wise, but you will get an instantaneous copy.

Good luck with finding and editing a script. It CAN be done.

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