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I want to move my running Kerio Mailserver 6.3.1 from Debian (etch) to OpenSUSE 10.2. Does someone have experience with this move?

I've performed a test move, but when I logged in into webmail after the move to the OpenSUSE server, all my subfolders in the inbox were not visible anymore. I've seen that next to the folder /store/[mailboxname]/inbox (original folder from the Debian server where the subfolders exists) a NEW folder /store/[mailboxname]/INBOX is created.

What is the best way to perform the move of the mailboxes?

I've tried the following:
* create backup of original *.cfg files from Debian server and store folder
* installed Kerio on OpenSUSE and ran cfgwizard to create domainsettings and admin user
* on OpenSUSE server I've replaced the *.cfg files with the backups from Debian and also the store folder
* at last Kerio Mailserver was started
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