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beheer

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Hi,

Due to a corporate decision we are migrating from our trusted Kerio server to the Google gSuite platform.
The migration of the email-boxes went smoothly, but I somehow cannot find a way to migrate our users Calendars. And preferably migrate them with all the associations intact.
Has anyone done this before or know how this might work?

Cheers
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sfpete

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There is no good way to migrate calendar from Kerio to Gmail. As you guessed, even if the events was moved it would surely lose all the invite/response data. Just a mess that is better off avoided.

In all such migrations we migrate email and contacts only, and advise users they'll need to recreate all calendar events in G-suite.

No ideal and I wish there was a way...
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beheer

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Thanks Pete,

Just as I thought. Thanks for the advice.

Cheers
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haywooj

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Transend does this and more, as far as I'm aware:
Check out their guide (sorry I can't post a reply with the URL, apparently...

Technical-Reference-Guide-Kerio-to-Google-Apps-Gmail.pdf

(there are some people in the Kerio Slack Channel who might also be able to help)
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sfpete

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Oh, just to be clear... you definitely can move the events, but I don't recommend it. They won't work as expected. Cleaner for the users sake not to.
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