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I know an idiot shouldn't even be trying to recover a mailserver but given I haven't done one in a while (6 years at least), I would love to know what I am currently doing wrong.

Kerio Connect 8.1.3
Mac OS X 10.7.5

Logged in as root user.

Copied the full backup plus one differential from the old server (now 4 days old). This resides on an attached RAID called 'PROMISE PEGASUS', in a folder 'Mail/Backup'.

The 'Store' will reside on the same RAID in a folder 'Mail/Store'.

If I navigate to /usr/local/kerio/mailserver and open Terminal and type

./kmsrecover "/Volumes/PROMISE PEGASUS/Mail/Backup"

the response is ./kmsrecover: No such file or directory

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Maybe a stupid question But have you tried it with 'sudo' command?

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logged on as root, I would assume I wouldn't need to.

resolved in the end by specifying the full path to kmsrecover, not using ./kmsrecover.
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