To recover the backup data, use a special tool, Kerio Connect Recover which is a built-in feature of Kerio connect. The tool extracts the backed-up data and saves the data in their original locations.
- Stop Kerio Connect
- Open the command line and go to the Kerio Connect installation directory.
- Run the following command from the directory:
kmsrecover [advanced options] <directory_name>|<file_name>
- For Mac OS X and Linux, if the path to the Kerio Connect installation directory is included in the path variable, use:
./kmsrecover [advanced options] <directory_name>|<file_name>
Where the advance options are those that are listed in the below table.
If you don't specify any advanced options, all items in the Kerio Connect's datastore are overwritten.
To see details and example of individual options, run:
kmsrecover -h or, kmsrecover --help
Advanced Options for Kerio Connect Recover
Each backup archive (ZIP) file name consists of the backup type abbreviation and the date when it was created:
Each backup archive (ZIP) file includes the following files and directories:
Note: If any problem with backups occurs, consult the Debug log (Right-click the Debug log area, click Messages, and select the Store Backup option).