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citrusfizz

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We are looking to get rid of kerio and migrate to exchange 2007
(sorry but our company just has to many people now and we need a better solution)

anyways.. i am looking for a migration tool or some help getting all the email and calendars to the new exchange server.

anyone care to help me out a bit?
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My IT Indy

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citrusfizz wrote on Mon, 08 October 2007 15:42

We are looking to get rid of kerio and migrate to exchange 2007
(sorry but our company just has to many people now and we need a better solution)

anyways.. i am looking for a migration tool or some help getting all the email and calendars to the new exchange server.

anyone care to help me out a bit?



You come to a company's website and ask how to LEAVE their product to go to the competitor's?

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citrusfizz

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Yes.. but we also *paid* for kerio and plan to keep using it at another company we own.

i figured you guys would be able to help..
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cachedmode

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Completely fair question if you ask me.

I would suggest that anyone who can afford to upgrade to Exchange (or other better product) should do. (Unless you don't use KOC/groupware)

It seems to me that a fantastic product has been spoiled by the years waiting for cached mode.

Unfortunately I don't know of a migration tool - I suspect you will have to use Outlook to export each user's mailbox into Ex07. (There will probably be formatting issues!)
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My IT Indy

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Ah, well if you keep using it that is okay.

Honestly, I'm not sure how you would manage that.

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You should rather go to an Exchange forum. Normally, you get more and better support from the vedor of your future product than the vendor of your past product. Kerio and Kerio users might not have much motivation and know-how in moving away from their product.

When we moved from Groupwise to Exchange, we did get much more support from the MS community than from Novell.

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rinzwind

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If you are using Outlook, export each mailbox to a PST file. Remove the public folder in each pst. Create one pst containing the public folder. When Exchange is installed import them using Outlook. ExMerge can be helpfull if it works. Name your PST as loginname.pst. However when I did it it didn't work out (errors). Keep your pst as backup for couple of weeks. You can also try an MAPI import/export tool (search in this forum). But then you only get the mail.

Btw you can still use Kerio as spam/virusfilter in front of your Exchange box.

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