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Timo Wöllner

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how can I migrate a Tobit David Mailaccount to Kerio? The mails are not my problem, this is possible with connect to the David Server via IMAP.

But how can I migrate the calendar and the contacts from David to Kerio without saving every item?

Carsten Maas (Kerio)

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It is a little bit ago, but:

As far as I can say, the only way to achieve this is by exporting the addresses and events in a pst file for example and import it after the migration of the mails are done.

Carsten Maas
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Timo Wöllner

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We've used this tool for our migrations:
www. tobit2exchange. de

After converting Tobit to PST, importing the files to Kerio and all works fine Smile

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Within windows: Use the iPhone Sync option: Sync the contacts to the windows address book. Then in Outlook use the import function (import internet mail- and addresses -> outlook Express 4.x.... - deselect "messages") to import these contacts into Outlook. There you can move the contacts to the kerio folder.

Works with Outlook 2003 and up. Did that few times here last weeks. Dunno about calendar data....

Tobit2Exchange works as well but costs a bit for each user. imap <_at_> Tobit (for Outlook and OSX mail.app) is hell, didn't work for us.

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now there is a nice tool to migrate David to Kerio Connect.
is called GoodByeDavid.
It works very well including Fax and Voice Messages.
We have shift a lot of our Customers to Kerio with this tool.

Take a look at the german distributor
http://www.brainworks.de/kerio-connect/migration-zu-kerio-co nnect.html
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