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olivier.marti

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Hello everyone

We are currently about to migrate our existing mailserver (communiGate) to Kerio mailserver. Everything here is pretty flawless beside of one point: maillinglist archives.

Currently in communiGate all Mails are stored in one folder archive for the list (as it is in Kerio) and this folder is accessible for everyone with a browser.

Kerio, unfortunately, doesn't support such an option an has only NNTP as the "output-channel" for the archives. We need to *however* get all the mails from the current folder in the new kerio folder.

Support suggested to use the migration tool (a user for the list will be created containg all the mails) and the simply move all .eml files from that folder into the maillinglist folder. But that doesn't work, as I suggest mails are also somewhat indexed and if there is no index entry the mails will not be visible trough NNTP (even if the .eml files are there).

This is really bad situation for us, as we stuck with the migration here. Can anyone give advice how I can move around mails on the file-system directly or in general on how to solve this?

Many thank,
Olivier
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RHarmsen.nl

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You can recreate the indexes

(look at http://support.kerio.com/ or in the manual as I don't know how this was done)
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olivier.marti

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That worked just great, thanks.
All I had to do is to rename the index.fld file to index.bad and after a restart and accessing the account a new index file would be build and there a my messages, cool! Smile
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