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greg_m

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We are about to migrate to Gmail and I wanted to know what to do to block access for users during the switchover, but still allow the forwarding rules we have set up to pass incoming messages on to the new Google accounts. We have mostly Outlook users (Windows and some iPhones and iPads.

Do we just disable all services except for SMTP?

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sfpete

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Change all user passwords on the Kerio Connect server - and obviously do not inform the users what it is. In this case, a single password only known to you would likely work.
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greg_m

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True, that would work but we were hoping for a temporary block that could easily be reversed so users could still access their old Outlook after the switchover just in case we haven't migrated everything.
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sfpete

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Then yes, I'd just temporarily disable all services other than smtp/secure smtp.

Are you not doing an imap migration from Google to move all email data over?
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greg_m

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Yes we are, and during that period we'll leave IMAP running too, but I'm pretty sure all clients connect using Exchange/Activesync so assuming we disable those the users will not be able to connect.

Thanks for your help
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