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briansky

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Hi,

We are currently using KC 7.x.x running on Mac OS X Server, user account using Open Directory from Mac OSX Server, If we migrate KC to Linux, how can we handle the user account? Install Open LDAP on Linux? Create the same userID as we used in Mac OSX Server? Restore from KC backup, password from Mac OS X Server will no longer be used? Pls help, thanks.

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1. install Kerio under Linux
2. make sure your DNS stuff is intact
3. copy the entire mailstore (or restore from backup)
4. http://support.kerio.com/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=v iewarticle&kbarticleid=382&nav=0,1,8

What I did is install the packages pam_krb5, krb5-libs and krb5-workstation (2 of these were not in the official centos Kerio VM). Then I copied over the krb5.conf file from the OS X server into /etc and rebooted. After that, everything worked.

5. ???
6. PROFIT!
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