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westend

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hi!
we had to switch machines, because our mac mini ran out of space - so we followed the migration procedures described in this forum (cp all .cfg files, mailhome and so on) - basically everything went fine, besides the the fact, that we can?t receive any mails any more. Sending seems so work fine (internally & to the outside);

there is no active firewall, only port-forwarding, which i?ve resettet to match the new IP adress.

any clues?

thanks!

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j.a.duke

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westend wrote on Tue, 31 October 2006 08:19

hi!
we had to switch machines, because our mac mini ran out of space - so we followed the migration procedures described in this forum (cp all .cfg files, mailhome and so on) - basically everything went fine, besides the the fact, that we can?t receive any mails any more. Sending seems so work fine (internally & to the outside);

there is no active firewall, only port-forwarding, which i?ve resettet to match the new IP adress.

any clues?

thanks!




For my migration, I cloned my mini using SuperDuper (http://www.shirtpocket.com) onto a newer bigger drive.

Had absolutely no trouble doing that.

I'd go back, kick the destination into Target Disk Mode (hold down the T while starting up) and SuperDuper the mini onto your new hardware. When done, shut down the mini & restart the destination. It will pick up all the config info from the mini including IP address.

Cheers,
Jon
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