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nhathq

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Hi All,
I want to ask for experience in upgrading from Kerio Connect 8.0 to 9.2 (Linux platform). Just check for something in the mailserver.cfg file, in 8.0 version there is no parameter "StorePath" like 9.2 and etc... Can anyone help me to upgrade or migrate all data from server running 8.0 to the new server running 9.2 without any errors? If yes, can it be transparent to end-users? If not transparent, which will be needed to re-install/re-configure, for example: Kerio Outlook Connector, configuration on Android/iOS device?
Thank you
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iTz yOu

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Hello

I want to upgrade the same case of nhathq. I wish Kerio team will support as soon as possible.

Thanks & Best Regards

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nhathq

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Anyone can help me? How to upgrade from 8.0 to 9.x directly? I tried via lab environment but not successfully Sad
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nhathq wrote on Sun, 02 April 2017 13:03
Anyone can help me? How to upgrade from 8.0 to 9.x directly? I tried via lab environment but not successfully Sad


I seem to remember that it isn't recommended to move from 8 to 9 in on step; you needed to make an intermediate stop at 8.5 (?) or similar.

Of course I can't find my notes or the post that discussed this and the reason(s) why.

If you need to download an older version of the server, look for it at http://download.kerio.com/archive/. Pick the version of Kerio Connect you want, download, install, then repeat until you get to 9.2.2p1. I think you only need an intermediate stop in the 8s before you can jump straight to 922p1.

Cheers,
Jon
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