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    smartwi is offline New Member
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    Default Upgrade from Open Surce edition to Network edition

    Right now we are running a Open Source Edition!
    What do I need to backup when switching to NetWork Edition?
    Currently running on UBUNTU 8.04 server

    Look like Network Edition have a few more feature than the Open Source Edition worth paying for.
    (Trying to get rit of MS Exchange )

    Kurt Panduro Olesen
    SmartWi International A/S
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartwi View Post
    Right now we are running a Open Source Edition!
    What do I need to backup when switching to NetWork Edition?
    Currently running on UBUNTU 8.04 server
    You backup the /opt/zimbra directories and while that's happening read the Release Notes in detail. When you've done that and downloaded & extracted the NE version you just run the './install.sh' script. If you're not on it yet, I'd suggest you upgrade the OSS version to the current release then upgrade to NE and make sure you backup between each step and that it's working correctly before moving to the next upgrade.
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    Bill


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