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chuoitaynguyen

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Hi all,
My windows 2003 server is error. i want to reinstall windows but i cannot know How to backup and restore mailling list of kerio? Please help me?
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Not totally sure on this one. The mailing list parameters are defined within mailserver.cfg, but it doesnt look like the members of the list are stored in there or in users.cfg. Anyone else?
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Just found it - each list has a member file stored in the store folder (store\lists\domainname\listname

Therefore, if you backup users.cfg, mailserver.cfg and the entire store folder, you can then rebuild your server.

Once rebuilt, reinstall Kerio. I have previously found it necessary to go through the initial configuration wizard before restoring the old config, so do this.

Stop the mail server, then restore your users.cfg, mailserver.cfg and store folders. Restart KMS.
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