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after having installed Kerio Connect MultiServer (And battling my way through various issues), I have finally managed to get the "old" server connected to the new environment (Distributed Domain). Both mail-servers see each other and seem perfectly happy.

But when I try to migrate a user over to the new server ... it fails.

Debug on the NEW / TARGET server shows: Failed (Error initializing MigrationDownloader)
Debug on the SOURCE server ends with: Compression of migration package finished. 1777 files were added to the archive /opt/kerio/mailserver/store/tmp/userMigrationSource/028724b8 -973c-4544-a091-2dfcacbe3763_jan.zimmer <_at_>keerl-it.com/mailbox in 1 volume.

So, by the looks of it: The old servers packs everything in one archive, but at the moment the new server wants to download the package it fails.

Anybody any idea why?

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