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whaslbeck

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Hi,

I tried the Kerio IMAP migration tool to move accounts from Scalix to Kerio. This works OK for Email-Folders, but Contact or Calender Folders are parsed as Email-Folders and are named "Contacts_fixed" and "Calendar_fixed".

As a workaround I can (in Outlook 2003) mark all entries in the Calendar_fixed folder and move them to the "real" Calendar folder.

Unfortunatley this doesn't work with the Contacts (I can move the contacts one by one, but when I mark all and move them to the Contacts-Folder, Outlook creates ONE Contact with all marked contacts as attachment).

Any solution?

Walter
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whaslbeck

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Ok, Problem solved.

I created my own migration tool (simple python script with imaplib) that reads "\\FolderClass" from scalix imap connection and sets up a X-SETTYPE and SETANNOTATION after the CREATE on the kerio side.

Quick'n'Dirty, but works for me Smile

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Andreas-E

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Can you please share the script with us?
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whaslbeck

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Sorry, since we decided not to switch to kerio but to another groupware system, I deleted my Kerio-Test-VM with all data (including the migration scripts). As far as I can remember inside the IMAP connection I setup a SELECT folder, then a X-SETTYPE X-CALENDER (or X-CONTACT etc.) and then a SETANNOTATION "/vendor/kerio/FolderType" value IPF.Appointment (or IPF.Contact...)

To get the details: install Outlook Plugin, configure to not use SSL and fire up Wireshark...

hth,
Walter
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