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Old 11th July 2012, 19:02
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Angry 2 Servers in Multiple Mode - Move Mail Domain from A (master) to B?

I have two servers in a multi-server setup. Both have mail services enabled. Server A is the master. I want to move a mail domain (including mailboxes and aliases) from A to B (and also B to A).

This first scenario (A to B) is useful for going from a single to a multi server setup.

The second, (B to A) would be useful if you wanted to decommission a server and move it's content back to the master.

Can I? How? I've searched before posting.

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