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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    Easy way is to export to .csv and import under options.
    Where is "options"? I feel like maybe I'm missing something. I can login as admin@mydomain.com and moniter services, add accounts, etc, but I don't see an options. Also don't see an options logged in as a regular user....

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    Nevermind, I'm blind. Second button from the bottom on the left logged in as a regular user. I was focusing on the admin area...

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    Is Lotus Domino so exciting that nobody tried to migrate from to Zimbra ???
    I want to test that IMAPsync will function in exporting Notes accounts to Zimbra ones, but I want to know if the calendar will be migrated ...

    Is someone testing this ? What are the problems, the parameters to use ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmodola
    Is Lotus Domino so exciting that nobody tried to migrate from to Zimbra ???
    I want to test that IMAPsync will function in exporting Notes accounts to Zimbra ones, but I want to know if the calendar will be migrated ...

    Is someone testing this ? What are the problems, the parameters to use ?
    IMAP sync will only get email. If there are invites in ical format then those may transfer.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    I know that Domino 6 (our version) supports iCal, but I don't know how to migrate the invitees with IMAPsync or another tool ...
    Have you any idea ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmodola
    I know that Domino 6 (our version) supports iCal, but I don't know how to migrate the invitees with IMAPsync or another tool ...
    Have you any idea ?
    If you export to iCal are the attendees included? If so import this as an external iCal should at least bring that data into Zimbra.
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    ok but how to do that ?
    iCal is now for me so, I don't know how to export to iCal format.
    Are the softs (like Lotus Notes) developed with a function dedicated for exporting to iCal ?

    Is there someone else in that case ?
    What's the good way to do that ?

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    Some applications can export to ical format. Apple's programs all do this. There are other popular calendar apps that do this as well. Not what Lotus supports.
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    I'm trying to migrate my own nsf file from Lotus Domino server to Zimbra VMWare (using imapsync).
    I've seen on the forum that the machine running IMAPSync must be different than the 2 IMAP servers (source and destination servers).
    I understand because it seems to crash if there is a heavy load on the source server.

    As our architecture is made around a Domino cluster, I use now the second node of the cluster (less load than the first node), and it seems to be working, but it's very low .... why ? what can I do to have better performances ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmodola
    I'm trying to migrate my own nsf file from Lotus Domino server to Zimbra VMWare (using imapsync).
    I've seen on the forum that the machine running IMAPSync must be different than the 2 IMAP servers (source and destination servers).
    I understand because it seems to crash if there is a heavy load on the source server.

    As our architecture is made around a Domino cluster, I use now the second node of the cluster (less load than the first node), and it seems to be working, but it's very low .... why ? what can I do to have better performances ?
    My guess is it's VMWare that's slowing you down. It will reduce the disk IO you can get and the import process is VERY IO intensive. Does top show lots of IO wait on the Zimbra machine?
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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