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frum1ous

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Hello,
a full backup of our server data takes up 16GB. However, when I look at where Kerio stores its data, it's closer to 27GB. OK, I suppose that's because the backup is zip-compressed.

But, in any case, how can I check that the backup is in fact working correctly? Should I just install the Kerio Connect installer as a demo, and see if it takes the backup files?
Any other ideas?

(We're still running Kerio Mailserver 6.7.0 on Mac OS X 10.4.11, and I want to make sure I have a working backup before upgrading. I've also cloned the startup disk to another partition to be sure.)
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matti763

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Install Kerio Connect trial to another computer and then use kmsrecover tool to run full restore over it. This test does not mess your production environment or backups.
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