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Netzzwerg

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Hi folks !

I read a lot about KMS so far but there is one thing i couldn't find information for:

Is it possible to backup all settings (including users, pop-accounts etc.) ? The Mail-Backup works fine but what to do when we suffer a servercrash and KMS has to be installed on a new machine ?
Why isn't there a simple Import/Export function for KMS settings or is it just because I'm blind ? :)

Thank you very much for help !
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guig

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in Kerio's directory, you have "mailserver.cfg" and "users.cfg"; You can back-it up: all of your options and settings modified in administration console are here.
Install KMS, then stop all KMS services and copy these two files in your "fresh" Kerio's directory, start KMS ...
In this case, make a backup of these files each time you modify an option in administration console.
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Netzzwerg

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OK, this seems to be very easy. What do you mean with "stop all KMS Services", Configuration->Services or just the KMS Engine ?

Thx !
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guig

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It depends of your Os ... Windows, Mac, Linux ?

Not in Administration console; under Windows, i mean KMS processes (ctrl+alt+del --> process)

[Updated on: Tue, 22 August 2006 09:31]

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