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jlewis8

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I am currently running Kerio MailServer 6.0.2 on a Redhat 9.0 platform. I will be migrating from Linux to a Windows 2003 Server environment. Is there a standard procedures set that will allow me to migrate existing messages and users from the Linux realm to the new Windows platform?
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Tr!une

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I am in a similar situation, RH 8 to Win2k. I have figured out how to "upgrade" the config and users. Copy the users.cfg and the mailserver.cfg into the correct locations on the new install. I was able to get all my users and (I skipped the mailserver because I wanted to go throught the stuff manually) across but I am not sure how I am going to get the emails across.

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jlewis8

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You're right where I am. I have moved the entire system previously going from Linux 8 to a Linux 9 box by simply copying the users.cfg file and related store directories. However, it appears that isn't the simple case when you go from Linux to Windows.
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