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tiberius

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Hello kerio team / forum,


I'm new to kms and on my way to switch to kms.
At this time there are 30 pop3 accounts (company) using thunderbird.
The mails are not on the server (leave copy on server is not in use), due to several reasons the whole mails are local and a part of the windows profile.

Anyway.

How to import our existing mails(local stored, thunderbird) into kms?


I hope someone could give me a suggestion to solve my problem.


cheers,
tiberius

[Updated on: Wed, 05 December 2007 01:01]

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My IT Indy

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Do you want the existing emails put into KMS or new emails coming in from the pop3 server to get into KMS?

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tiberius

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hey rugby,

I want to put our existing mails to kms.
After this step, the old pop3 server is obsolete (kms will be our mailserver).

cheers,
tiberius

[Updated on: Wed, 05 December 2007 00:10]

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