Thank you very much Lauren for explanation.
This is because the full backup is restored regardless of this option. The option just allows you to disclude the mail configuration or include it in the backup restoration, this is not an option for just restoring mail.If I go to WHM-Home-Backup Restoration- and only choose Restore Mail Configuration, it seems that the entire Restore is restored (all three options, Restore Subdomains, Restore Mail Configuration, Restore MySql). I have noticed that because the quota increases. I see in File Manager files that were once deleted from the Trash folder. Is it possible to choose only the Restore Mail Configuration?
Are you indicating that the mail from today is present when you restore but not present in webmail? I wouldn't expect a backup restore to retain new data just restore data that existed previously. You could take the extracted backup and rsync only the mail data to your user but that would be involved, if you're unsure how to perform that task you might want to enlist the assistance of a system administrator. If you don't have one you might find one here: Resources | cPanel ForumsWhen I do a Restore Mail Configuration from ie. yesterday, Restore is done but I do not have new e-mails, for example I do not have e-mails from today, but there are in folder: /home/paneluser/mail/shop.panel.org/elizabeta/cur on command line? What is the best way to do Restore Mail but the new e-mails should stay, can I choose a different folder to place the Restore?
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