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I32

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Hi,
I need to move a server with public folders (subfolder). I have installed on the destination server the same version of kerio connect. The recover of mailboxes is working. If i restore a public folder with the command

./kmsrecover -d myDomain -m public /myVolume/myBackup.zip -v

i get the message "recovery process finished succesfully". However, only the contents of the top-level directory of the public folder is restored and not with my subfolders?!
How can I restore these public sub folders from type calendar?

THX

edit:
I found two public folders under ....store/mail/myDomain and under /store/mail. The problem folder i mean is under ..../store/mail. I can not see this folder after recovery in the webclient!

[Updated on: Fri, 15 January 2016 15:10]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Do you have pubilc folders configured to be global or unique per-domain? Destination server should have the same configuration of public folders as the original server. Otherwise the kmsrecover will put them to wrong directory or extract public folders from wrong domain.

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I32

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Hi Pavel,
Thank you that solves my problem. You have to first find (right mouse button) on the domain. I have changed the settings to global as on my old server.
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