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Is it possible to import vmail folder from old iRedMail to new iRedMail installation?

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Is it possible to import vmail folder from old iRedMail to new iRedMail installation?

Basically, what I did: Copied vmail folder to my local machine. Reinstalled my VPS. Installed iRedMail again. Created same users on the same domain. Question is - can I somehow copy over my old ...
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LXC migrate between hosts

I had setup a testsystem with LXC and installed a webserver etc. that all was not the problem. But now I want to swich to another host system also I compressed /var/lib/lxc/webserver and copied it to ...
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Migrate Ubuntu to bigger HDD

I have a multi-boot system and want to push my Ubuntu installation to a bigger partition on the same hdd, because I want the system to have more memory available. What I know so far is I can clone ...
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Moving from Ubuntu 32bit: Mint 64bit or Mint 32bit?

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I have an Ubuntu Server 10.04 VPS (Virtual Private Server) that hosts my website. I would like to clone this VPS and create a VirtualBox machine from it. How can I do this?
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How do I migrate configuration between computers with different hardware?

I want to migrate the configuration of an Ubuntu desktop to a new box with different hardware. What is the easiest way to do this? /etc/ contains machine and hardware specific settings so I can't just ...