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Geek Consult

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are there any possible solutions for migration office 365 to kerio connect ??

the imap migration tool quits with migration errors
the exchange migration tool doesn't work

Michael Ruffin

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Can you just export your email to a PST file, then import it into Kerio through Outlook using the Kerio Outlook Connector?
Pavel Špalek (Kerio)

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No, there is no migration tool yet. I've increased reported count in bugzilla (Bug 71436)

Pavel Špalek
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I second Michael Ruffin's suggestion. This is how we migrated our 35 users from, first a POP mail server to a Bynari mail server then finally to a Kerio mail server.

Geek Consult

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i have migrate 70 account manually per imap client Sad
it was a lot of stupid work , but there aren´t any other solution

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Sorry it's a bit late, you could have used one of the following tools

Transcend Migrate

Migration Wiz is web based, $12 a user with the ability to do multiple mop ups
Transcend Migrate runs on Windows and should do the same job.

I know migrating from Kerio to 365 with MigWiz it's not possible to move the calendars but it might work the other way around.

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