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mobius2011

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We have finaly decided to bite the bullet & move one of our major clients from KMS to Exchange 2007.

Since the last KOFF connector was released it just absolutely kills the clients server. Massive memory usage per user, not to mention numerous outlook lockups caused by KOFF as well as no inbuilt auto archiving.

For clients using only POP, IMAP or users under 50 with KOFF we wouldnt think of using anything but KMS, its outstanding.

But for larger clients, its killing them & us. So our largest client we are moving back to Exchange 07.

I was wondering if anyone knows the easist way of exporting the public folders from kerio & importing them into Exchange?

Or is it just an export to pst & import again to exchange?

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mobius2011

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Its ok, Ive found it, all fixed.

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TorW

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Okay, and how did you do it? Wink
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bradyjfrey

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Did you find the migration fairly pain free? We're struggling here with some users being held back by not upgrading to Snow Leopard, and yet stuck on Leopard for Kerio, so we're investigating the expense of the migration now.
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