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ralovely

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We are currently migrating from pop accounts to kerio Imap accounts.

Users have several folders with several thousands emails.

When we copy (by drag an drop) folders from old to new account, some folder copy smoothly, other stop, and some others go all the way, but Entourage quit "unexpectedly" when syncing.

It happens randomely but a lot.

When it stops, it's always on the same email.
Like if there was something in the mail he(who) doesn't like.

Did someone has the same problem ?
Is there another way to copy the mails ?

thanks
raf
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ernest

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Hi raf,

we are experiencing the same problems, did you already solve the problem? can you give some info?

thanks

ernest
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Zakk

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as i tried to copy my previous data, i had problems with large amounts of messages and contacts. i solved it with splitting large folders up to 400 items and then copied this foldes step by step.
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