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Hi there.

I have a mail store from a kerio server. Due to a hard disk failure I now have two copies of the mail store database.

They are out of sync and I need to get them back into sync.

I have the full folder structure of them both.

Is there any way other than me having to update each folder manually to merge the two stores together.

The store is on a mac system. Some terminal command would be good. I can use "cp", but as far as I am aware it will just over write the current folder structure not just copy in the missing files.

Any help please.

Thanks
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I have had a look around and it seem

cp -R -nv ./source-folder/* ./destination-folder/

will do this. I will give it a go and post the results.

fingers crossed. Confused
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Well looked like that worked only problem is I need to reindex all the mail folders.

Any quick way of doing this?


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