MFR does let you copy the files and merge them with the current databases/logs; however there is not an automated process to this. The file structure is not complicated but you can follow the instructions below to copy the files to your current installation.
Before you attempt any of the steps below make sure to go to services and stop MFR Central and MFRDC services.
The database file structure is broken down into Database/year/month/day/<id of the device> or Database/year/month/day/<device group>. When you are merging the data you will have to make sure to copy the proper folders to correct locations.
The file structure is broke down as such ForensicLogs/year/month/day/Flow/<device ID> and ForensicLogs/year/month/day/MMR/<device ID> and ForensicLogs/year/month/day/Sys/<device ID>. You will again have to copy the folders to the proper locations.
If you run into any issues or have further questions please feel free to contact technical support.
Thank you very much, worked perfectly.