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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 242253 17-Oct-2018 22:08
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Hi

 

I am transferring a domain name and IMAP emails from a previous registrar to another. I have an account with 1st domains.

 

At the moment its just to transfer the domain and keep it pointing at the old webserver location.

 

I want to set up the same emails to the new registrar with 1st domains and I want to retain the emails. The emails and domain are currently with a different registrar.

 

Once the email accounts are set up on 1st domains, I can change the settings in Outlook emails (MS desktop version)

 

But when the account first syncs I am guessing I will lose all the emails because there is no emails on the new server. (of course I will take a backup)

 

But I want to sync what is currently in Outlook up to the new email location, or will it need to be done manually.

 

Thanks

 

Ford


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2110092 17-Oct-2018 22:23
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I use this tool, works really well.

https://imapsync.lamiral.info




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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 2110134 17-Oct-2018 23:23
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Thanks

 

 


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