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Archiving Emails, in .eml format

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23-10-2019

Hello,

I am attempting to store archived emails on AWS S3, I see the console has an out of the box external account to integrate into AWS S3.

Can someone point me in the right direction in how to utilize S3? Any pointers would be appreciated. I suspect this is done through API calls?

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Hi,

Create a workflow to periodically copy the .eml files from MTA disk/network mount to the S3 bucket configured via ext acct.

Alternatively, just mount the S3 bucket using s3fs​ and skip the workflow and ext acct.

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