I am running a trial version of Kerio MailServer 6.1, which I hope to use as a replacement for Merak MailServer 8.2.4 (the latest upgrade from Merak caused the webmail to stop working and I am waiting three days for Merak to respond!). I want to export my current users (several hundred) into Kerio from Merak but the only import utility I see is to import from MS Exchange. Also, Merak has an API which I use to integrate the management of email accounts into a custom application. Does Kerio have a similar API or command line utility? I want to purchase Kerio but as I said, I have existing applications that integarate user management for my Merak MailServer and I need some way to duplicate these applications using the Kerio MailServer. Also, I do not want to re-create several hundred accounts by hand! Thanks.
> I want to export my current users (several hundred) into Kerio from Merak but the only import utility I see is to import from MS Exchange.
We also have an import tool for Communigate. Unfortunately we don't have one for Merak at this point.
> Does Kerio have a similar API or command line utility?
No, but there may be one in the future. I don't really know.
> Also, I do not want to re-create several hundred accounts by hand!
If you can export them to a CSV file, you can import them via this process: http://support.kerio.com/kb/233
(you'll import the CSV file into excel and then go from there)
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