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talantino

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I have a Linux Server with KMS 6. I have 50 clients with IMAP.

I need format this Server and install Windows.
Its possible export the mails and the configuration to a file.Reinstall the Server and import the configuration or something similar?

Thanks
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dwhitfield

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But that raises a big question for me -- In the past, every time I've done step 5 of those instructions, copying over the user.cfg file to a new install of KMS on Linux from an existing install on Mac OS X, it always messes up the user passwords. I become unable to logon as any of the users. It seems not to interpret the encrypted passwords the same on the new install as it did on the old.

What I've always ended up having to do is a very painstaking and time-consuming process of manually editing the users.cfg file to change each user's password type to non-encrypted and replace their password with the correct password in plain text.

Is there something simple that I'm forgetting to do, which would make this whole thing quicker and easier?
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