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    Default Backup Restoration from rsync method

    I have taken backup using "A Simple Shell Script Method with rsync over ssh ".
    It shows backup has been taken under /backup/Backup-zimbra/backup.
    Now I want to restore my backup so that users mails are in posision.
    (Zimbra open source ver ZCS 6.0.1)
    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by parthabose View Post
    I have taken backup using "A Simple Shell Script Method with rsync over ssh ".
    It shows backup has been taken under /backup/Backup-zimbra/backup.
    Now I want to restore my backup so that users mails are in posision.
    Carefully read the wiki article, it has full details on how to restore your mail - you should be aware that if you restore to your current server it will overwrite all your current mail.
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