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scoleman

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I just took over as a systems administrator for a company and they are currently using Kerio Connect for their POP3 email. I would like to migrate them to IMAP and I was wondering if I needed to do anything special other than enable the IMAP service? Once this is enabled will it disrupt all of the user's POP connections? Thanks in advance!
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macparamedic

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I'm presently using an IMAP and a POP account on the same user's machine to move their mail back up to the server.
I just made a new IMAP account on the client that is configured for POP.
This is on Mac in Entourage 2008 as a step toward moving to Apple Mail. The client can see both the IMAP and POP accounts.
No problems so far!
This is on KC 7.2.2
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It makes sense that the client can have a POP and IMAP account on their mail client but I was wondering how it works on the server side. I just don't want to enable IMAP and have it break all of the existing POP connections until I can move them over. Thanks!
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macparamedic

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You can enable IMAP on the server without breaking existing POP services.

In my experience they coexist just fine.

I'm interested to find a way to move folders and subfolders containing mail messages from a POP client back up to the server.

Some of my users have very elaborate nested folders with years of mail in Entourage on their POP account. It's pretty tedious to recreate the folders and then manually drag the content into the folders.

My plan is to use Entourage to move the mail back onto the server and then connect with Apple Mail.
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