I tried to migrate public folders from an SBS to Kerio with distributed domains. The Kerio public folder is shared between the two kerio servers ("global public folders"). We have installed Kerio 8.1.3 (1711) on a Debian Wheezy.
I got this errors:
Kerio Connect 8.1.3 build 1711(Debian GNU/Linux 7.1, x86_64)
Kerio Exchange Migration Tool 220.127.116.111 T0
User publicfoldersmanager<_at_>domain.at created. (Password = 7eef)
Unable to set ACL for folder Public Folders/Archiv.
Error creating folder Public Folders/Archiv.
Unable to set ACL for folder Public Folders/Internet Newsgroups.
Error creating folder Public Folders/Internet Newsgroups.
Unable to set ACL for folder Public Folders/Kalender_Besprechungen_.
Error creating folder Public Folders/Kalender_Besprechungen_.
Unable to set ACL for folder Public Folders/Kalender_Urlaube_.
Error creating folder Public Folders/Kalender_Urlaube_.
Unable to set ACL for folder Public Folders/Kontakte GMplus.
Error creating folder Public Folders/Kontakte GMplus.
Migrating folder Public Folders/Archiv.
Messages: 0 (errors: 2)
Migrating folder Public Folders/Internet Newsgroups.
Messages: 0 (errors: 0)
Migrating folder Public Folders/Kalender_Besprechungen_.
Messages: 0 (errors: 6)
Migrating folder Public Folders/Kalender_Urlaube_.
Messages: 0 (errors: 70)
Migrating folder Public Folders/Kontakte GMplus.
Messages: 0 (errors: 0)
User Public Folders migration finished:
Folders total count: 5
Folders done: 0
Folders failed count: 5
Messages done: 0
Messages errors: 78
How can I fix that?
- Pavel Špalek (Kerio)
Unfortunately there is a bug in KEMT when migrating global public folders.
Workaround: create user publicfoldersmanager in migrated domain and make him an administrator of Public folders (the tab "Rights" in the dialog "Add user" in Kerio Connect Administration). Choose the user password freely, it's not used during migration. Then run migration again, it should be finished successfuly. Remove the user after migration.
We'll fix this problem in some upcoming Connect version, thank you for reporting.
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