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nulldev06

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I have a client with around 50 users with a large amount of IMAP mail. Is there an easy way to migrate from 10.4 server to Kerio?
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BudDurland

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Yes. Download IMAPCOPY from http://home.arcor.de/armin.diehl/imapcopy/imapcopy.html

The documentation is a little sparse, but it's pretty easy to figure out. I won't create the accounts -- the IMAP accounts have to already exist on the target server -- but does copy all mail folders and mail messages.

The only bump in the road for me was that I found that with some mail servers, it's best to use IMAPCOPY in the mode that only creates sub-folders first. Some servers, when asked for a list of mail folders, will deliver it with child folder names before parent folders, causing folder creation failures. Several "folder only" runs (until there were no creation errors) were needed before actually copying messages.

Saved me a lot of work.

[Updated on: Thu, 16 November 2006 22:13]


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