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I need a little help in restoring a user mailbox since I don't spend a lot of time in terminal.

I navigated to /usr/local/kerio and I'm running the following command to restore a users mailbox, but I get message that no such directory or file exists.

./kmsrecover -d company.com -u user -s /Volumes/Time Machine /Volumes/Kerio Backup/F20130613T220007Z.zip

Any help would be appreciated.

[Updated on: Fri, 21 June 2013 00:44]

Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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You should use either quoted strings for directories with a space (eg. "/Volumes/Time Machine") or escaped (/Volumes/Time\ Machine).

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Shouldn't you quote the entire path and file?

"/Volumes/Time Machine /Volumes/Kerio Backup/F20130613T220007Z.zip"
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