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Andrew T

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Hi, I have a question on migrating to a new machine.
Basically I have an install that I want to move to a better machine.
Do I need to update the client after the move have taken place? reconnect them or something like that? Client is Exhchange on android and the Kerio Desktop Client.

Thanks in advance
Vicky Tripp (Kerio)

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Hi Andrew,

What I normally suggest to customers is do the following:

- Backup the original server before the move
- Install the same version of Kerio Connect on the new server that is running on the old server
- Restore the config and mail store onto the new machine and make sure all the data is accessible and functioning
- Then upgrade Kerio to the latest version

Depending on what version you are migrating from will depend on if you need to do any intermediate upgrades. What version are you moving from?

All the best,

Vicky Tripp
Kerio Technical Support Engineer
Andrew T

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Hi Vicky I am going from 8.3.0 RC 1 (2554) to 8.3.1 Build
So if both version is the same. I do not need to do re-connect the clients to the server right. (What I mean by reconnect is creating a new profile and re-downloading all mails)?

Thank you.

[Updated on: Wed, 03 September 2014 18:54]

Vladimír Mlčoch (Kerio)

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I recommend you to update to the version 8.3.2 (build 3100).
You dont need to recreate profiles nor redownload data.
KOFF update will be performed automatically after server update.
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