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len@bizsysconsulting.com

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I am converting a customer's POP email to IMAP.

I have read thru all of the documentation. I looking for some addtional information as to the best way to convert the mail.

I am also looking for additional information on the use of a company wide calendar and contacts, i.e. best practices, implementation, etc.

I have limited experience with Microsoft Exchange.

TIA

Len Levin
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cohcon

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Len, are you moving from exchange to kerio?

Regardless, they both support imap and you can use a utility called imapcopy to do this.

This has been covered numerous times in the forum. Please do a search in the forums for more info.

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len@bizsysconsulting.com

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Thanks for your reply.

I am trying to convert 30 users who are currently POP users on the KMS to IMAP users on the KMS.

I did search the forum for ideas of how to do this, but didn't find anything useful.
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cohcon

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That shouldn't be a problem, is the email on the server or in the user's email client?

Changing the account properties within the mail client is easy enough and you can drag and drop the email from one account to the other or import it in within the mail client.

Are you using outlook, outlook express, thunderbird, the bat, or something else?



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len@bizsysconsulting.com

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They are all Entourage 2004 SP2 with the mail stored in the client's Microsoft User Data identity.

I have found if I move the identity to the mail server, open it in Entoruage and drag the POP to the IMAP sccount it goes faster.

I jsut wanted to make sure I was going in the right direction.

My other question was is there more info on using the Free/busy server and a public calendar/contacts.

thanks.

Len
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cohcon

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You can create as many public contact and calander folders as you wish, then assign appropriate perms to each.

Also users can grant each other permissions to their own contacts and calendars.

Read the online manual for more info...

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len<_at_>bizsysconsulting.com wrote on Wed, 07 June 2006 19:56

They are all Entourage 2004 SP2 with the mail stored in the client's Microsoft User Data identity.

I have found if I move the identity to the mail server, open it in Entoruage and drag the POP to the IMAP sccount it goes faster.



You were able to move emails from POP3 (mail stored in "Folders on my computer") to IMAP or to a Exchange-style account. AFAIK, Entourage don't let you copy folders from "Folders on my computer" to an IMAP account, you can only copy from POP3 to Exchange account.

I would like to know the steps you take to make it out.
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osci wrote on Wed, 14 June 2006 06:25

len<_at_>bizsysconsulting.com wrote on Wed, 07 June 2006 19:56

They are all Entourage 2004 SP2 with the mail stored in the client's Microsoft User Data identity.

I have found if I move the identity to the mail server, open it in Entoruage and drag the POP to the IMAP sccount it goes faster.



You were able to move emails from POP3 (mail stored in "Folders on my computer") to IMAP or to a Exchange-style account. AFAIK, Entourage don't let you copy folders from "Folders on my computer" to an IMAP account, you can only copy from POP3 to Exchange account.

I would like to know the steps you take to make it out.


you can *move* messages from folders in "Folders on my computer" to IMAP folders.
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