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AlexK

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Hi Guys,

can please someone help me.
i'm looking for the unix commands to

ask the status
start
restart

of the kerioserver, when i do a SSH to the kerio.

i know that i need to go into /etc/init.d/

but then ????

the command keriomailserver start f.e. is not working.

thanks in advance
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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I guess you mean Linux, not Unix.
Please read the manual: http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch02s03.html

Make sure that KMS is configured after installation (run cfgwizard). On supported Linux systems you can manage KMS service by '/etc/init.d/keriomailserver start|stop|restart'.
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My IT Indy

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Here's what I keep on Stickies:

/etc/init.d/keriomailserver start

/etc/init.d/keriomailserver stop

/etc/init.d/keriomailserver restart

to install:

rpm -i installer name

to update:

rpm -U installer name

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