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I have a question, I am new with Kerio.

I have a NT4 domain and a win2003 client machine with kerio mailserver on it. Now I want to move kerio mailserver (with the win 2003 client) on a new 2003 Activ Directory (diffrent domain name).

My question is what do I have to do so by joining the client machine with Kerio to the new domain, so I don't loose functionality as it was.


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You can copy the mailserver.cfg file and user.cfg file. These are more or less the configuration and users. What other "functions" are you concerned about?

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when do this make sure you take copys befor so as not to have corrupted files etc


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If you're just changing the inhouse domain, I think all you need to do is adjust the domain mapping in the Kerio administration console. You shouldn't need to join the mail server to the domain.
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