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willoneal

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I have two KMS deployments on two machines on the same network; I want to move the domains on one server to the other server, so all of the domains are on one box.

Is there a way to do this without knowing, or changing, or asking for, each users password? I can just zip up the contents of the old ../mail directory and put them in the new ../mail directory, but how do I get the other server to know about the domains (and passwords and users)?

I found that I can can copy the relevant portions of the users.cfg file and paste them into the other users.cfg file, and while the users and the passwords move, the mail doesn't show up.

So how do I get the new server to know there is mail in the inbox?
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My IT Indy

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What about the licensing aspect? I know for a fact that Kerio won't consolidate licenses so you will have to purchase NEW seats for the added users.

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willoneal

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I have plenty of licenses on the other server; I just need to know how to do it.
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You should be able to paste the appropriate info across into the mailserver.cfg and users.cfg and be okay.

Emphasis on "should"

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