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Spacey

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Hi!
Actually we're using still domain wide public folders but we want to switch. So I took a look at the documentation here:

https://manuals.gfi.com/en/kerio/connect/content/server-conf iguration/how-to-change-from-individual-public-folders-to-gl obal-public-folders-and-keep-your-existing-public-folder-dat a-720.html?cshid=720

I did exactly (not very difficult) but it doesn't work. I tried it on our new debian linux machine and even copied the 3 hidden .journal* files without success. The "old" domain wide public folders do not pop up with the new setting after restarting.

Ideas?

Thx!
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New status: I guess I've got another problem -> I recovered a backup from a Mac server to a Linux machine. And here are the domain wide public folders empty. It seems that all the directories exist but nearly no content. Domain wide public folders should have 25GB but only got 100MB or something like this. So the procedure in general seems to work BUT no idea why the recovered backup doesn't contain the public folder data. I can recover the backup to another MacOS where everything is fine as well. Now I'm worried a but when moving to Linux that I might miss some data after the migration.
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