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nick.kirby

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Hullo, I am trying to import the collective PST files of my group into Kerio, however there doesn't seem to be a way to do it.

Could someone describe a method/Application? I want to keep the file structure and all messages as they are.

Many thanks
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peterj

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1) Configure a PC to access Kerio using the KOC

Click File-Import & select your PST, you can then import to the same folder structure (those that don't exist will be created)

Don't know of a better way to do multiple PST's

There is a migration tool from exchange but not from PST files...
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nick.kirby

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Hullo there!

It worked perfectly, I don't know why I couldn't see it before.

Import ran overnight, took ages but worked fine until system ran out of disk space!

Many thanks,

Nick
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The1st

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nick.kirby wrote on Sat, 09 April 2005 04:31

Hullo, I am trying to import the collective PST files of my group into Kerio, however there doesn't seem to be a way to do it.

Be careful.OL+KOC doesn't support some important functions of genuine OL. F.i. doesn't work full-text search. I have to roll back to PST files for users who really need to search information through all his messages. It is really puncture in KOC

/Vladislav
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peterj

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sedell

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You can try Lookout for Outlook. It takes a while to generate the initial indexes, but I find it works pretty well with the KOC for searching.

http://www.lookoutsoft.com/Lookout/lookoutinfo.html

Scott
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