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Hi Guys,

I need to move my current Kerio Connection installation to a new server.

I am using VMware Vsphere. The current os is a ubuntu 08.04 32bit. The target system shall be a Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 bit. Is it possible to move all the Kerio Files from a 32bit system to 64bit system (I mean the backup directory, the Mail directory, mailserver.cfg user.cfg and sslcert) ? are they compatible ?

It would be really nice and easy if i just need to install kerio connect on the new server, mount the hdds from the old server and replace the config files.

What Specs would u choose for a Server with around 350 active users ?
I thought:
6-8 GB Ram and 2 CPU´s



sincerely,

Christian
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My IT Indy

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migrate the mailserver.cfg, SSL certs, users.cfg and the store folder and that should be enough.

The CPU/RAM is negligible. Spend your $$$ on fast drives.

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