Why not setup a mirror server, active, and let the two systems mirror
(all mail from old will copy/sync to the new server). Netwin allows you
a 30 day trial that can be used as the mirror system, then transfer your
license to the new box, and turn off mirror.
Voila, done. (Set the slave back to master so Dlist will function properly.)
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On 12/1/2011 2:24 PM, Emil Hempel wrote:
> I have done it a couple of times on windows, install Surgemail on the
> new server, deactivate it on the old, shut it down and overwrite the
> new surgemail installation with the old one (it a good idea to delete
> the new installation from disk before copying the old in).
> remeber to activate the new server.
> If you use this procedure you must keep drive / folder configuration
> (else you will have to edit config files and nwauth db)
> Mvh. Emil Hempel
> Den 01/12/2011 kl. 08.22 skrev Sam Scafe
> HIDDEN@firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>>:
>> Is there an actual procedure to move surgmail from server A to server B?
>> If so could someone please show me the url or email me a copy please.
>> Smelly Black Dog
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