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LPepper

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We are migrating from an Exchange 2007 server to Kerio Connect running on a Mac OS X Server (10.6.Cool. The Mac OS X Server is setup with Open Directory and all of our user accounts created. We also have Kerio Connect installed on another Mac OS X Server. The users accounts are all setup and authenticate to the Open Directory.

I now want to import all the users mailboxes from the Exchange Server into the already created user accounts on the Kerio Connect Mac OS X Server.

Using the Kerio Exchange Migration Tool, how can this be done? Or is their an easier way.

We have about 25 users.
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Howie Isaacks

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Normally, I don't create the users in Kerio before the migration. The Kerio Exchange Migration Tool will do that for you during the migration. If you want the users to be linked to OD, simply remove the accounts in Kerio Admin ***WITHOUT DELETING THE USER'S MAILBOX***, then re-add them as OD accounts. I've done 5 migrations this way, and it has always worked.
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