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CnetTech

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Hello,

We migrate our messaging service (120 accounts) from Exchange to Kerio Connect (on a Linux server). I have tested Kerio Exchange Migration tools but it doesn't copy the passwords of the users when it create the acounts in Kerio (it generate new passwords).

Questions :

It is possible to copy the full users informations (with passwords) or, if it is not possible, can I, with a command, modify the passwords of users to put the same password for everyone ?

Thank a lot,
Amaury
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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The easiest way is to continue in using Active Directory for managing user account and passwords. See the manual for details: http://manuals.kerio.com/kemt/en/sect-intro.html
So, Kerio Connect will use the same user accounts as Exchange did.
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Thanks for your response.

I cannot use Active Directory Mapping because this Windows Server will be reformated in Linux when the migration will be done.

So, is there a command to put the same password for all users after migration ?

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You can use an emergency procedure for password recovery to set the passwords: http://support.kerio.com/kb/10. Just set it to NUL:xxx to set the password to xxx.
Anyway, using the same password for all users is a high security risk!
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