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stephane.wierzbicki

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Hello,

I want to update Outlook 2003 to outlook 2010.
Outlook is hosted on a TSE server where dozens of users are connected.

What is the best why to update to Outlook 2010 without reconfiguring KOF profiles and without downloading the whole mail database again ?
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stephane.wierzbicki

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Can I get some advises from Kerio on this ?
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ksnyder

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http://kb.kerio.com/1464. Last line on the page reads, "When you upgrade or downgrade MS Outlook, you must reinstall Kerio Outlook Connector manually."

http://www.kerio.com/support/kerio-connect Downloads-->End User

Ken Snyder
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stephane.wierzbicki

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Well, installation isn't an issue. I want to know if local database can be reused.
I have hundreds of users and I don't want their mail to be synced again ! It will takes a lot of time (our store is 500GB) and will takes a lot of disk space (I guess that old database will not be deleted)...
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Lukas Petrlik (Kerio)

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Outlook upgrades do not delete KOFF offline caches, only some KOFF upgrades do.

I would recommend to upgrade Outlook and then to perform a KOFF repair installation (unless you are upgrading to Outlook 2013 which requires to uninstall KOFF and install it again - the offline caches are still retained.)
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