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How to transfer from Kerio Connect to Office365?


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Anonymous asks:

How to transfer from Kerio Connect to Office365? I’m wondering how best to handle other aspects of the migration including large file attachments which will need to be stripped, calendaring, and contacts.

I have an article (see below) that covers most of this. The attachment stripping shouldn't be hard; Googling "strip attachments EML files" turns up numerous results.

I know you are being forced to Office365 and am sorry to lose you. One question I have is this: should you ever need to leave them, how easy will they make it to get contacts and calendars? I know that won't change anything, but Kerio's simple text files have definite advantages!

Transferring from Kerio Connect to another mail server


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What happens then? Is there a ticker tape parade and heartfelt thanks from the computer it has reached? No, my friends, there is not. The poor packet is immediately gutted, stripped of its protective layers and tossed into the hungry maw of whatever application (mail, a webserver, whatever) it belongs to. (Tony Lawrence)




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