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hijacker

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Hello

Now, it seems to be clear, that GFI rocks Kerio Connect down. We have to face the reality.
We have 30 Mailservers running an Kerio Connect on several clients. So we are looing for another solution.

Are there any Best Practices from migrating Kerio Connect to other solutions? Perhaps it can make sense, to look for a domain, where every user can look at there and we can share informations. All Kerio Admins are in the same boat. GFI endangeres our business with there policy.
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Jef Leroy

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I looking for that. I wait return from Kerio until Friday. If not, After that's i change completely all my servers by another solution. I will make a post if necessary with the how to ...

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freakinvibe

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The tools to migrate to another solution must come from the vendor of the other solution. It is of course not in the interest of Kerio to develop tools to move away from Kerio.

So I don't think there will be a generic tool.

Also, I guess you will get support for the migration in the forums of the mail server you want to migrate to. So for the migration to MDaemon, you would look in the Alt-N forums.

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