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pebke

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hi,
Our KerioConnect server (running on RedHat) is hosting 2 existing domains (togheter +/- 100 mailboxes) who have to be migrated/merged into a new one: 2 sister-compagnies are going to use the new compagny name / domain.

Is there a simple way to do this, knowing that the two old domains still have to stay active for a while?

First step is probably easy: creating the new domain, moving all the boxes (using linux commands) into this new domain & creating 2 aliases for the old ones. Problem with this is that I'll have to create the 100 boxes in the new domain first, can I recuperate something?

Is there anyone having any experience with this kind of operations?

thx,
Peter
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MacLab

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You could rename one of the old domains to the new domain, that would save you a bit. Do the one with the most mailboxes.

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