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cwachs

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I'd like to move the Kerio logs from /usr/local/kerio/mailserver/store/.... to the standard OS X log file location of /Library/Logs.

In the mailserver.cfg file, I changed the log file to: /Library/Logs/kerio/

I then created the /kerio/ folder in that location. After restarting Kerio, no log files are created in that new location. I'd like them here so I can use Console to open and search them.

What am I missing with moving the logs??

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Kerio Connect 7.1
OS X Server 10.5.8
Apple G4 X Serve
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generic_penguin

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Have you tried a symbolic link on the directory

in terminal

sudo ln -s source_folder destination_folder

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cwachs

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That is what I ended up having to do. Works fine with a sym link.

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Kerio Connect 7.1
OS X Server 10.5.8
Apple G4 X Serve
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tking13

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I created a symlink, but the problem I'm running into is that the privileges for the logs themselves are set to none for everyone but the owner (root). Console doesn't even see the folder, but it can't open the log files anyway (no read privileges). I'm leary of changing the permissions for the log files themselves, but it would be nice to be able to manipulate the log files.

Tim King
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