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Hey there,

I'm wanting to migrate our old exchange server emails, calender etc [PC] to a Apple OS X Kerio server.

how do i do that?
i haven't found any migration tools for that on the site and all the tech people <_a.t_> the apple retailers in NZ don't seem so familiar with how to do it.

any help appreciated : )


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I think you would have to migrate using the exchange migration tool to a Windows version of Kerio first then when complete migrate the message store / config across to Kerio on OS X...

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Personally i have tried migration tools and it just give too much errors.

How many users do you have ?

Personally i just did a Exchange 2003 to Kerio (on MacOSX) for 20 users at a company we just bought in Canada.

The best way and to get no error at all was to log in Outlook with X user, make a .pst out of the Exchange server.

After all user were done and that i had .pst files for each i then switch server. I setup the Kerio account in Outlook then i import the correct .pst file.

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I've done migrations using the Exchange migration tool and it's worked pretty well. I've also done small businesses by exporting PST files.

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