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jjprusk

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How easy is to move between different servers with kerio? For instance, if I am currently on a MAC Intel OSX and want to move to Intel-based Linux, what would be involved? I would like to save my user folders, general setup, and spam filter rules that have accumulated. Also, obviously I'd like to move my license as well.
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Darren

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Be aware if you move from OS X Kerio to Linux Kerio (or Windows Kerio), your Entourage clients (if any) will need to re-cache all of their mail from the new server.

We have an active ticket opened with Kerio regarding this and have made arrangements with all of our users to re-cache when we move the server from OS X to Linux this weekend.

The problem...

Server response when talking to Linux/Windows Kerio:
<a:prop><e:repl-uid>rid:00000000000000000000000000000000</e:repl-uid >

Server response when talking to Mac Kerio:
<a:prop><e:repl-uid>rid:</e:repl-uid>

... when Entourage first talks to Kerio Linux it sees the reponse is different and generates a popup message "Unsynchronized items in Mail Profile will be deleted. Do you want to continue?". Unfortunately the only way to continue with the new server is to re-cache.

Hope this helps,
Darren

[Updated on: Tue, 02 January 2007 18:20]

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