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urbandot

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Hi,

I am experiencing a very weird issue with Kerio :

I need to replace the hosting server; so I backed-up my Kerio using the internal backup process which I run manually.

When I restore the files on the new server with kmsrecover, I recover all emails, except the ones received just the day of the migration!!!

I am totally sure that the backup was OK.

So I tried with a manual copy of the 'store' folder from the old server to the new one : same result !!!

All emails are restored except the ones of the day !!!

I am going crazy with this issue ??? I think this must be linked with the Kerio setup or something like that. The only difference between the two servers is that the old one was configured an older version of Kerio; could it be the cause ?

Can anyone help ? Any fast return appreciated...

Thank you.

Stephane.
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urbandot

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Issue solved; the restoration point was incorrect; I really don't how this happened.
Sorry for the noise.

Stephane.
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