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    I am familiar with the imapsync command to migrate email to Zimbra. My question is, what is the easiest method for merging an account on one domain with another account with a different domain - both running on the same Zimbra server?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendan View Post
    My question is, what is the easiest method for merging an account on one domain with another account with a different domain - both running on the same Zimbra server?
    Depends on what you need to 'merge', why not just use export function on the Import/Export page on the User/Preferences tab or use the REST interface?
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    Thanks for the info. That helped a bunch. Is there a way to move local folders too?

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    Being that Zimbra itself doesn't have Local Folders, are you referring to Zimbra Desktop local folders, or local folders within Outlook, or .... ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krishopper View Post
    Being that Zimbra itself doesn't have Local Folders, are you referring to Zimbra Desktop local folders, or local folders within Outlook, or .... ?
    Indeed referring to Zimbra Desktop local folders. Thanks.

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    If I understand your question right, here is my answer --

    You would probably want to copy your local folders up to the Zimbra account, then do the merge, and then set up the Merged account within Zimbra desktop.
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    Many thanks Krishopper.

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