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Old 04-11-2014, 02:12 AM
damsa damsa is offline
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Default AAM 6.2 XEN to AAM 6.3 VmWare

we start Migration form AAM 6.2 XEN to AAM 6.3 VmWare.
After Restoring the Data as disricbed in the Migration Dokument with sudo we are unabel to Login in the Mailbox.
After we Dial the Access Number your become your Personal Greeting.
You can Type your Passwort but the System do Nothing.

If we use fresh Installed AAM 6.3 and Type all Configration Data in Works fine.

We thing it is an Migration Issuse.
Have someone an Idea.

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