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Default Virtual Users And Domains With Postfix, Courier, MySQL And SquirrelMail (Debian Lenny

I finally got everything working with this howto. I'm so happy.

I just have to make this server public and remove the old email server. I want to migrate the email data to the new server before I do this. The old server has mail stored as ISO-8859 mail text, with very long lines.

1.Can I just put this data in the vmail folders or will I have to convert it?

2. Does the data go into /home/vmail/mydomain.com/myuser/new ?
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