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Hi I'm a consultant working for a small local business. I've inherited a Dell 2900 /W2K3 std OS, Kerio Mail Server 6.6.7 is installed and performing Interoffice email and calendar services.

I have decided to migrate all applications and software to a new server DELL T310 /W2K8 R2 64bit std OS. I'll also be purchasing Kerio Connect with (10) 5 User Packs. My question is this:

Is there some knowledge based weblink to help assist me with this job? (what folders to use, mail.cfg tweeks to ensure minimal downtime)
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Will a mailserver.cfg and users.cfg (and Store directory)
be the same when migrating from version 6.6.7 to Kerio Connect?

[Updated on: Thu, 20 January 2011 02:20]

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Yes - you shouldn't have to change anything in either mailserver.cfg or users.cfg to get such a migration to work. Be sure you've made a backup of them either way though.
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