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1.9.3 and 2.0 Only - NT Only - I was unable to upgrade successfully to version 2.0. How can I restore to the prior version of Post.Office using my standard, full system backup files? If you made a total backup of your Post.Office system before upgrading (as instructed in the upgrade procedure) you should have copies of the following items: Registry information File system information The instructions that follow will guide you through the restoration process. They assume that you named the backup files as suggested. If you selected other names or locations for those files you will need to adjust the instructions accordingly.
  1. Make sure that you are logged in as the Local Administrator of your host. Logging in as the Domain Administrator is not sufficient unless the machine you are using is a Primary Domain Controller.
  2. Shutdown the Post.Office Service from within Program Manager:
  1. Set permissions on the Post.Office Registry key to allow Everyone Full Control:
  1. Back up the 2.0 version of the Post.Office Registry key:
  1. Restore the prior version of the Post.Office Registry key:
  1. Set permissions on the Post.Office Registry key back to the default permissions for your Post.Office-User:
  1. Set file system permissions for your Post.Office Executables, Configuration and Mailbox directories to allow Everyone to have Full Control. Note: The exact location of the required directories can be found via the Program Manager by double clicking on the Main\Control Panel\Post.Office icons in the order indicated. When the Post.Office applet window appears look at the bottom to determine the locations of the Post.Office Directory containing configuration information, the Program Directory containing Post.Office executables, and the Mailbox Directory containing your mailbox information .
  1. Back up the 2.0 Post.Office executables you have now.
  1. Restore your saved Post.Office executables (the prior version).
  1. Back up the current Post.Office 2.0 configuration information.
  1. Restore your saved Post.Office configuration information (the prior version).
  1. Back up the Post.Office 2.0 mailboxes you have now.
  1. Restore your saved Post.Office mailboxes (from before the upgrade).
  1. Run the poperms tool to set file system permissions for your Post.Office Executables, Configuration and Mailbox directories back to the secure default settings where your Post.Office-user has Full Control. Return to the DOS command line (within the Post.Office executables directory) and type: poperms -f -u
  2. Startup the Post.Office Service by returning to the Services window, selecting the post.office MTA entry from the list, and clicking on the Start button.