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I'm curious if anyone has tried and had success in migrating user e-mail from the Built in OSX Server e-mail (Cyrus) to Kerio.

I'm currently trying to do this using "imapmigrate" and imapsync. I've had much more success with imapsync but am currently stuck.

If anyone has successfully done this and would like to share the process they used - I'd greatly appreciate it!

Thanks in advance.

[Updated on: Tue, 26 September 2006 17:44]


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I migrated from Communigate Pro to Kerio and used MoveAccounts. It is intended for migrating users from any IMAP mailserver to Communigate Pro but it works for copying mail from any IMAP server to any other IMAP server.
MoveAccounts basically logs in both your mailservers and then copies all the mail from one to the other. It does not create accounts in the new mailserver; you have to create them yourself first.
You can find MoveAccounts inside the Communigate Pro installation package. (Download it from Also download the manual and look for the section 'Copying All Mailboxes from Other Servers'.
On thing to watch out for: MoveAccounts can't handle passwords with / in them. Change them first.

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