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Old 01-25-2005, 11:35 AM   #1
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Lost Cyrus Address Book


I was running a Cyrus IMAP Server at my house and I had a total of two users, both users had address books that were stored on the IMAP server.

I had to move my server to a new location and so I backed up


I pasted those directories into the new server and started the Cyrus Service. All my emails were succesfully moved with all the directories and sub directories.

The address books were lost in transfer. I still have the original IMAP server, how do I get the address book from the old server to the new?


Old 01-26-2005, 12:19 PM   #2
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In turns out the address book was not stored in IMAP, rather it was stored by squirrelmail.

The address book is found, for squirrelmail, in /path/to/squirrel/data/username.abook.



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