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Greetings,

I am new to this. I have Kerio installed on computer 1. I installed Kerio on computer 2 and then copied the Kerio folder from program files from computer 1 to the new computer 2. However, I cannot even start the service? How can I migrate from one computer to another. I am using version 6.5.2.

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Are you migrating to the same platform, i.e. Windows, Mac OS X Server, or Linux?

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HoosierMac wrote on Sun, 26 October 2008 11:50

Are you migrating to the same platform, i.e. Windows, Mac OS X Server, or Linux?


I am migrating from Windows Server 2003 Standard to Windows XP Professional 64 Bit.

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