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chuoitaynguyen

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Hi all,
im using KMS 6.0.10 on 2k3 server, yesterday my mainbord was dumped. So i should install KMS 6.0.10 on other machine. After i install complete, i copy 2 files user.cfg and mailserver.cfg from old machine paste to new machine. after i do that i cannot access to Administration console. Please tell me the way correctly it. Here is the messages error when i connect to administration console " Cannot connect to Kerio Mailserver at 'localhost' Authetication failed
thanks

[Updated on: Fri, 03 November 2006 08:39]

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freakinvibe

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The file is called

users.cfg

Yours is missing an "s"

Also, check

C:\Program Files\Kerio\MailServer\store\logs\error.log

You will see if the Mail Server starts properly.

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chuoitaynguyen

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thank for your anwser,
i had corrected, now i can access by webmail but i cannot access by outlook express. althoght SMTP and POP3 is running. Please help me?
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freakinvibe

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How have you configured your Outlook Express settings? Without this information, it is not possible to help.

Regards, Pascal

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