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jlalvarez

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My question is, what connectors you need to export thunderbird emails to Kerio.

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BudDurland

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No real export, as such -- just create an IMAP account in Thunderbird for your Kerio mail account, then drag and drop the messages from your local folders to the Kerio server.

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jlalvarez

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To create an account in outlook using the Kerio Outlook Connector, my question is whether there is a connector for thunderbird to create the account.
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BudDurland

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Because Thunderbird don't try to be an OutLook replacement, there's no need for a connector. Simply go to "Tools / Account settings", and choose the option to create a new account. Create the new account as IMAP so that message stay on the server. Plug in the settings for the server (IP address, user name, password, etc). Once that's accomplished, you'll see the messages you have stored on the Kerio Server. Moving messages from the Thunderbird local store is simply a case of drop and drop to the appropriate folder in the Kerio account.

Right now, there's no good way to export your e-mail address book from Thunderbird directly to kerio. You can do it kinda round-about -- export the addresses from T-Bird to a CSV file, then import them into and OutLook account that is set up w/ the connector.

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jlalvarez

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Ok, so it works correctly

Thanks.
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