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    Default uninstalling zimbra: .ssh should be cleared?

    i have uninstalled a store server with ./install -u
    i note that /opt/zimbra/.ssh/ is still in place
    having uninstllaed to re-install a freshly 4.5.7, do u suggest to wipe out with:
    rm -rf /opt/zimbra
    or it's better to have .ssh with identity ssh keys still in place to not got trouble?
    i see that this store ssh key is still into authorized_keys keys store into master ldap server

    if i rm -rf /opt/zimbra, i could found a conflict or duplicate key when later zimbra will try to upload ssh identity to master ldap authorized_keys keys store

    any advice would be welcome

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    if you are going to do a fresh install again, yes, it would likely be better for you to delete the old /opt/zimbra folder.

    Besides, during re-installations or update process, all those files are being written over.

    Hope this helps.

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