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TmAs

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Hi,

as we would like to migrate from Exchange 2010 to Kerio we ran in trouble 'cause the migration tool only supports up to Ex2007. Does anyone of you have a tipp how to migrate completly with calendars etc? AFAIK the IMAP tool should work, but that only moves mails and all other data is lost/not migrated.

Thanks!
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styson

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you could export everything to a PST file for each user and then copy or move from the PST into Kerio
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cchapman

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Has there been anything further on updating the MS Exchange Migration Tool for Exchange 2010.

We have been looking to migrate from Exchange 2010 to Kerio but haven't been successful.

We have tried to export to PST's but the option doesn't work on our server with our particular version of exchange. There was a workaround by copying the users mailbox to a separate mailbox store on a separate server but that is not feasible for us.

Are there any other options I'm not thinking of?

Thanks,

Chris

[Updated on: Thu, 20 September 2012 00:23]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio Exchange Migration Tool in Kerio Connect 8 (currently available as public beta) introduces support for migration from Exchange 2010 servers (with SP2).
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