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JonasLondon

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Hi all,

Setup: Kerio 6.4.3 (newest version) on Mac OS X 10.4.11 Server (Tiger), multiple domains, hopefully soon a working GoDaddy TurboSSL certificate to go with it.

Question:
I somehow managed to lock myself out of the first installation so the only way was to run the configuration utility again - I added two admin accounts this time...

Anyway, for the brief period the first installation was being tested, a few mails made it into two accounts. I can see them when I open Terminal and now wonder how I best move these from...

kerio2007b/....

to

kerio2008b/....


Any UNIX experts here to help me get the mails moved correctly and making sure the read/write rights are correct?

Thanks a bunch!
Jonas
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