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ymoona

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Hi,

Im migration from a windows system to a linux system. But the backup I created using the internal is verry ugly.
Now I have wrong directories set. mail and story directorys are created in /opt/kerio/mailserver/

Is there a decent way to fix this?
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winkelman

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Copy/unzip them to the right place?
The internal backup is nothing more than a zip-file of the store folder (and some other files). There's nothing 'ugly' about that. You can do with it as you please. Also when migrating from windows to Linux...
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ymoona

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I tried to do so but when I do that the folders are no longer vissible in the webmail or other client. When I extract the files by hand, the mails are not vissible. When I create by hand a folder and copy only the mails. they are still not vissible.
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winkelman

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Do the folders on Linux have the appropriate folder/file rights?
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ymoona

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I think not, I see that folders have rwx rights, Ill try to fix it when I get home.

thanx!, kerio needs rwx rights as root!

[Updated on: Mon, 30 July 2007 22:02]

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