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tiberius

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Hello,

Is it possible to import ldif files into kms?


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tiberius
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My IT Indy

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Address Book on the Mac will import those just fine. I'm not sure if you have a mac available to you or not.

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tiberius

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At this time our clients using thunderbird on winxp.
So, it is not possible to import the ldif into kms (webmail?

Into the next 2 weeks we're switch to kms, and we don't want to use outlook we only will use webmail.

For this reason its necessary to migrate out contacts into kms.
Any suggestions?

cheers,
tiberius

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jaikudo

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I was just trying to do the same thing. The only way I could do it was to export as CSV from Thunderbird and then import them using somebody else's Outlook. This is a bit tough for anybody who doesn't have access to Outlook.

I am putting contact and alias upload on my wishlist.

In the meantime your best bet is to get one PC with Outlook and use it to upload everybody's contacts one user at a time.

[Updated on: Mon, 04 February 2008 15:49]

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tiberius

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This procedure was my apprehension, the same way is necessary if you have to import mails from thunderbird.

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tiberius
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jaikudo

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Mail import should be much easier. Just map the new mailbox as IMAP and then copy the messages/folders from the local folders to the IMAP ones.
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