Re: copying whole folder trees from one server to another

From: William K. Hardeman (no email)
Date: Tue Oct 23 2001 - 11:57:31 EDT


Darrell,

We just recently finished a migration to a new machine, and used the same
method that Kiarna suggested, except we tarred /var/spool/imap up
completely, instead of doing it user-by-user. We also did the same for our
/var/imap and /var/sieve directories. We were migrating from one machine to
another with identical Cyrus-Berkeley-SASL setups. I don't know how well
this method would work when mixing-n-matching software versions.

Will

--On Tuesday, 23 October, 2001 16:30 +0100 darrell berry
<> wrote:

> thats a help, but i'm hoping someone out there has scripts for this...we
> have 200+ users, some of whom have over 100 folders each (sigh)
>
> thx tho!
>
>
> on 23/10/01 4:10 pm, Louis LeBlanc at leblanc+
> wrote:
> able to connect to multiple servers.
>>
>> I had no hitches with Mutt, but I only had two accounts with probably
>> less than 20 folders to move. You may have enough to make this an
>> unfeasable MO.
>>
>> HTH
>> Lou
>

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