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    Mido3mad is offline Active Member
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    Default Ldap Migration With Different Os And Zimbra Version

    Hi Everyone,
    i need help in migration process with changing domain and we trying to do

    it using zimbra open source

    we want to migrate users accounts and passwords and if it possible mail boxes

    for them
    old server :
    zimbra cs Release 5.0.20 FOSS with 32-bit Redhat 4.8 with domain abc.com

    to

    new server :
    zimbra cs Release 6.0.9 FOSS with 64-bit Redhat 5.5 with domain xyz.com

    Thanks in advance ))
    Last edited by Mido3mad; 12-29-2010 at 02:26 AM.

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    This is not a 'migration' question, I'll move it to the correct forum.

    Look at some of the solutions in the forums, wiki and blog: site:zimbra.com +32bit +64bit - Yahoo! Search Results
    Regards


    Bill


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