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eelgueta

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Hi All,

We are thinking of deploying KMS, however we have some concerns:


1. IMAP Migration: currently we have postfix accessed through IMAP (courier-imap). What's the best approach to migrate existing mail to KMS? It's a lot of data, so any manual migration beyond drag and drop is not very practical.

2. BlackBerry: Does anybody know the price tag for the NotifyLink product? I can't find that info on their website.

Thank you in advance.

Edo.
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My IT Indy

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1) IMAPCopy will copy the email from one server to another one rather easily. All you have to do is put your usernames/passwords into a text document that IMAPCopy reads.

2) It depends on how many licenses you have for Notifylink. You can either run your own server or license their enterprise edition per seat.

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HoosierMac,

Thank you for your promptly answer, but what in the world is IMAPCopy? (sorry for my ignorance).

And secondly, we only have 5 BlackBerry users, so I think the per seat model is more appropriate for us, do you have the value for that license?

Regards,

Edo.
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check your PM

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