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I need advice for the following situation:
* My customer has a Win2003 Active Directory domain controller which is a mess currently. We are now in the process of offering them a totally new server.
* On short term they are going to use Kerio MailServer.
* I want to install Kerio on an OpenSUSE machine and in the future I want to authenticate (Kerio) users on the Linux machine through the Active Directory.

My question is as follows: i want to install the Linux machine in the first place without authentication through the AD. So, Kerio is going to use its internal userdatabase. When the new server has arrived, I want to reconfigure the Linux machine to be member of the AD and to authenticate the users in AD. Also I want to change the user accounts in Kerio from local database to AD. Will the users mailboxes still exist after this change, or will they be recreated?!
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