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Randall

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I have an existing Kerio Connect install on a debian server named domain1.com. domain1.com email is hosted in this Kerio install.

I am prepping another debian server named domain2.com and have installed kerio hosting domain2.com.

I plan to restore the kerio connect install to the debain domain2.com server from a kerio backup from domain1.com

Will I encounter any issues with the debian server named domain2.com and kerio hosting domain1.com?

Or is this entirely ignored by Kerio based on the mailserver.cfg file?

Thanks,

Randall

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Randall

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Since no one has answered my question I'll answer it myself!

The original domain name of the server (in this case domain2.com) appears to be entirely ignored. Kerio operates off the mailserver.cfg file.

I apologize for the over-analyzed question. I just don't like to get burned by an unknown.

Randall

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Bud Durland

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are you trying to merge the two domains, or simply run them both on the same hardware?
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Randall

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When configuring the target server, it was just named differently.

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