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oscar_alfonso

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hi, i need to move our mailserver from machine A to machine B. I have a few questions:

Is there a way to export and import all the user accounts?

Can I copy the store folder entirely to the new server? If I do this, the user accounts are migrated? and the messages in the mailboxes?

Thanks in advance.
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if you want replace machines only (both machines have same os, same version of kms and other stuff), then instal kms on new machine and copy whole \kerio directory from old to new and replace original installed files..thats all what u need.

else copy \store and \license directory and users.cfg and mailserver.cfg files from old to new...

[Updated on: Wed, 09 January 2008 15:27]

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oscar_alfonso

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thank you for the answer, I'll try it tomorrow.

[Updated on: Wed, 09 January 2008 19:32]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Please don't forget to keep original file timestamps on copied files.
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oscar_alfonso

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? i don't understand this about timestamps... anyway, i did it without problems, everything ok. Thank you to all.
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oscar_alfonso wrote on Fri, 11 January 2008 09:40

? i don't understand this about timestamps... anyway, i did it without problems, everything ok. Thank you to all.

KMS takes the OS file systems time stamp as date for the email messages. So if at the OS level the time stamps change, so may the dates of the email messages in your mail application.
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