we have a 700+ user Terminal Server based infrastructur using Kerio for email and calendering.
As Kerio is unable/unwilling to provide support for a once working configuration (koc), we are forced to move away from this solution.
Has anyone done a migration from kerio to exchange, that involves calendering and contact lists?
Imap -> Exchange migrations seems pretty straight forward, i.e. with the Microsoft transporter suite.
What I'm wondering is, how to migrate the calender data and or contacts. Does anyone know how to do this?
[Updated on: Fri, 20 May 2011 14:37]
- Trent Greenawalt
Well if you are using Outlook on both, you can just do a export/import. I realize you have 700 users so this probably isn't feasible, but it is a start of something to potentially automate. I don't think you are going to get much help from Kerio on this move.
I do agree with you on the lack of support for KOC anymore. We also run in a terminal server environment and will pretty much indefinitly. We don't wish to have multiple copies of our mailboxes all over the place. My users use Outlook on the TS which is going to be on a SAN/NAS soon, so we will have the mailbox store, the archive store, the local copy of KOFF on the TS (Virtual machine), then the NAS will back all of this up. At the end of the day we will have like 6 copies of each mailbox from the door, and that doesn't include incremental backups each day or the offsite copy. Come on Kerio, throw us a bone here. If my mailstore was say 1TB, we would need over 6TB just to back everything up...That is rediculus. Cut out the fat.
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