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Alex12

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Hello guys,

i hope you can help me. At the moment we are running kerio connect on a windows server 2003 machine, but we want to migrate to a debian machine. Is it easy to move all settings, users, mails to the new one? What steps have to be done? Is Kerio already Squeeze compatible?

Thanks a lot for ur answers.

Greetings
Alex
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Kedar

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Hi Alex,
see this article in our Knowledge Base: http://support.kerio.com/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=v iewarticle&kbarticleid=257&nav=0,1

Debian 6 is supported - http://download.kerio.com/dwn/connect/kerio-connect-notes-en -7.1.4-3411-p1.pdf
New Supported Platforms
• Debian 6


Unfortunately our pages with system requirements weren't updated :-/
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Alex12

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Hello,

thanks a lot. But i have one more question, can i test my settings in a virtual machine before turning off the old operating system, cause the machine stays the same, just the operating system is going to be changed.?

greetings
Alex
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