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modcar

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Hi;

I'm needing to move my Kerio install from C: to D: (no space left on C Drive, lots on D Drive)

Whats the best way to go about doing this? Do I have to backup Kerio, remove Kerio, then reinstall to d:\ then restore from backup, or can I simply stop kerio, move the c:\program files\kerio folder to d:\kerio (possibly update a config file) then start Kerio up again?

Thanks in advance
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Lisa Lyons (Kerio)

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Hi, Modcar

Actually, all you need is here:

https://kb.kerio.com/360

Basically, the easiest way is to use the backups if they will work. Restore to your D drive new location, and then edit the mailserver.cfg file as detailed in the above KB.

However, if you decide to try and use your second option, don't MOVE the files, just copy them. Then, when you are certain that the change is working and the emails are working correctly, you can delete the original store.

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modcar

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Thanks heaps! Ive done switching servers before, piece of cake.
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