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Anonymous asks:

I Unzipped July of 2015 in the archive directory.. Waited an hour and it still complains about missing folders.. Had it rebuild but still complains..

Archive folder not seen in Kerio Connect

It would be very unlikely for folders to be missing from an archive - almost impossible.

Did you stop Kerio Connect before unzipping the folder? While it is often possible to get away with shoving things into a running server and letting it fix things up, that's not the best chance of success. If you repeat this with the server stopped, it likely will be correct.

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