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gjanssen

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How can I install the previous version (6.2.0) of Kerio mailserver?
I have now 6.2.1

I heard you have to edit HKLM\Software\Kerio\Mailserver\version
but this does not work.
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winkelman

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You have to set the reg-key to something older then what you want to migrate back to. For example, set the regkey to version 6.1.4. Then you should be able to 'upgrade' (in effect downgrade) to 6.2.0.

No?

As always: make sure you have a proper backup before doing such a thing.
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gjanssen

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I've tried version 6.1.4 and 6.2.0, neither works.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It is generally very bad idea to make downgrade this way. KMS installation will probably become corrupted because some files will not be overwritten with old version.
Recommended way is to uninstall current version, DO NOT DELETE configuration or message store on uninstall and install old version back.
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gjanssen

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I have uninstall Kerio Mailserver with keeping the config files.
Then I've installed version 6.2.0
Stil works good now! Thanx
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