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mosndup

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I intend to migrate an MS Exchange Server 2003 to Kerio Connect 7.2.0. patch 1 on Ubuntu 10.10.

The migrating PC running the Kerio Migration Tool has Outlook 2011. The Kerio documention mentions:

Installation package of the Microsoft Outlook
2003 (with Service Pack 3 or higher) or
2007 (with Pack 1 or higher)


Is Outlook 2011 an issue?

Charles.
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I have never tried it. When it works with MSO2k7 it should also work with MSO2k10.

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Carlo Turk
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BTW:
You know that don't have NTLM with Connect on Linux? So no automatic password change within Outlook when you use Linux. This must be done manual.

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Carlo Turk
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mosndup

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I only have 4 users.
Is there a good documentation on how to proceed with these passwords.
Are the accounts created automatically?
Then install the passwords.

or what?
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mosndup

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Any recommendations before starting migration from Exchange to Ubuntu ?
Thanks.
Charles

[Updated on: Sun, 10 July 2011 17:58]

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