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Amir

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We have an Axigen mail server (about 8000 users) and we want to change our mail server to Kerio connect, but we must first be sure of possibility of successful migration(users,emails,folders,...), first is it even possible to migrate?? and second how to do the migration??



* I recently tried to used Kerio IMAP migration tool , but i think its necessary to have a CSV file that contains mail list with passwords and axigen did't support such a think!!!
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Amir

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150 views and no answers!!!
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ccjwells

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This isn't an official support channel. Your best bet is to submit a trouble ticket at support.kerio.com
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Well, with 8000 Kerio users you will need to scale your hardware appropriately. If Axigen uses imap, you can run imapsync to grab the data from it and place it on the Kerio server. you will need a file with usernames/passwords in it for imapsync to work however. I don't know Axigen, but if you can mass-change passwords to something identical that would make your job easier.

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Amir

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@ccjwells

i did, but no answers!!!


@HoosierMac

first tnx , and yes Axigen uses IMAP but there is no way to get my users passwords in a file, but i can Export the Usernames. and about mass-changing the passwords , I don't think it is possible because we can't undo it i think.


English is not my native language sorry:D
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My IT Indy

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I'm not aware of any recent server that will export passwords for security reasons. So you will have to mass-change all of them to something you know. Then you can migrate. We just did this for a client using Google Apps. They logged into their admin panel, changed their passwords, and we used imapsync to bring their email down to their Kerio server.

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