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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Moving server with 300 domains

    Hi,

    We have currently a Debian server which has more than 300 websites and 2000+ e-mail accounts. This server has no any control panel, we control everything via SSH.

    We have to move this server to a new server which running with Centos 6 + Directadmin.

    I can create all domains in Directadmin that's OK but I don't want to create all e-mail accounts, because passwords and usernames will be changed. Is there a way to move all e-mail accounts, mails, data etc.. from Debian to Centos(directadmin)?
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    Your best chance is to ask DA directly.

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    You can clone your hard drive over the network/ Internet

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    Quote Originally Posted by bukzrock View Post
    You can clone your hard drive over the network/ Internet
    I didn't get your point.. The current server has no any control panel and running with Debian. The new server has Directadmin running on Centos 6.
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    Contact directadmin as suggested above.

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