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henk

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Hello all.

We will be having a new OD master at one of our sites. The current OD master has Kerio mailserver installed on it and uses the Kerio OD extensions to have LDAP accounts only. How do I 'migrate' these accounts to the new server? Migrate is probably not the correct word since all account data remains at the same place but Kerio just has to look to the other server. So:

1. Do you foresee problems in this setup where Kerio mailserver software and Kerio data is on server A but the accounts are on server B?
2. How would you set this up/migrate this?

The current Master would become a Replica of the new server and future OD Master.
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While I am not running OD (not a mac shop in that regard, Kerio runs from the AD), I don't think you should have any problems. About 3 months ago, I built a new domain controller and replicated the data over to it. All I had to do was point Kerio in the new direction and I was set. I think I may have had to play with some kerberos settings too, but that may have more to do with my setup here than anything else.
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Thank you for your response. Then we'll just hope so that we won't run into any problems.
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