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    paulwatson is offline Junior Member
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    Default Help installing zimbra network 6

    hi there currently i have zimbra 4.5.11 running on cent os 5 and i am wanting to install version 6 to a different server on the same network running ubuntu 6.What is the best way to restore the accounts

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    I'd upgrade to v5.xx, then to 6.xx. Then backup the data. Install new server with v6.xx, restore data from old server. This is if you are on NE, not FOSS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iway View Post
    I'd upgrade to v5.xx, then to 6.xx. Then backup the data. Install new server with v6.xx, restore data from old server. This is if you are on NE, not FOSS.
    It would be the same technique for the OSS version as well. The difference being that you backup the whole /opt/zimbra directory structure and restore that on the new server.
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