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buck_jones

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Hi

I currently have Kerio 8 running on a Mac Pro 2x 2.66 Snow Leopard. All running well.

I'm being proactive and replacing the Mac Pro as it is over 6 years old.

New computer is a new Mac Mini 2.6 i7 16 GB RAM. Mountain Lion.

What is the best way to transfer the Kerio Connect data from the old Mac Pro to the new Mini?

Thanks!
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BudDurland

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The Kerio supplied backup and recovery.

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costasppc

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In the exact same boat. Tried kmsrecover, did not work using a full backup. Says it completed successfully, but no users and no mail. Mail server.cfg and users.cfg all looks fine. I stopped both servers (old and new) before migration, I just did not transfer the licence to the new now (runs in demo mode).

Any help will be appreciated.

Best regards

Kostas

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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costasppc wrote on Wed, 13 February 2013 00:20
I just did not transfer the licence to the new now (runs in demo mode).

Kostas


And that's a reason. Trial mode cannot use data from licensed version. Install the license and everything will be ok.
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costasppc

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Thank you.

Is this documented somewhere in the articles, and I missed it? Razz

How can I transfer the licence (is it simply to get te licence file from the Kerio root folder and copy it to the new server)?

If so, how can I re-enable the licence to the old server if something goes wrong and have to go back?

Best regards

Kostas

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aj08

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What was the solution to this? Is seems like you could use rsync to copy /usr/local/kerio/mailserver to the same location on the new server. Is that what you did?
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