Liste de diffusion Message #15276
De: cb <>
Sujet: migrate mail box files
Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2006 23:28:00 -0400
A: SIMS list <>
X-Mailer: Apple Mail (2.752.2)
What is the best way to migrate user mail box files from SIMS to Postfix/Cyrus?

I had been planning on doing an easy migration between SIMS and Postfix, and contact everyone that doesn't check their mail often to tell them to collect it so I wouldn't have to worry about this. However, my luck just wasn't there. Today when I rebooted my OS X Server after installing the latest round of updates, OS X Server decided that Postfix should be running, no matter what I did to tell it otherwise. (The service was marked as not running, but it was still listening on Port 25 and collecting all mail and just holding it in a queue until I actually turned on the service).

So after several hours of fighting it and trying to shut it down (including killing the process, just to watch it start up again), I gave in and just turned it on. This of course forced me to shut down SIMS prematurely.

So I'm wondering if anyone has tackled any kind of conversion of the SIMS mail box files so I can dump them into Postfix (or more correctly Cyrus that is handling the POP access). I'm thinking I could just turn off POP support on OS X for a short time, start up SIMS, and then get people to download their email... thus putting me basically back to my original plan. But since those plans have already been screwed up, I figured I'd check and see if anyone had a less user intrusive way of doing it.


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