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    Hello!

    Is there some kind of recommendation, or path by zimbra on migration steps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    Is there some kind of recommendation, or path by zimbra on migration steps
    Yes but your question is rather vague and impossible to answer without further details. From Zimbra to what? To Zimbra from what? Change of operating system? Change of architecture from 32bit to 64bit? All these questions have been answered many times in forum thread and wiki articles, did you look at them first?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Yes but your question is rather vague and impossible to answer without further details. From Zimbra to what? To Zimbra from what? Change of operating system? Change of architecture from 32bit to 64bit? All these questions have been answered many times in forum thread and wiki articles, did you look at them first?
    Sorry, You're right.
    I am looking for the easiest way to migrate Zimbra 6 from physical hardware to zimbra 7 on VmWare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    Sorry, You're right.
    I am looking for the easiest way to migrate Zimbra 6 from physical hardware to zimbra 7 on VmWare.
    As I mentioned above, these questions have been answered many times in the forums and the wiki, have a search for them and if you have any questions then ask again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    Sorry, You're right.
    I am looking for the easiest way to migrate Zimbra 6 from physical hardware to zimbra 7 on VmWare.

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    There are many different procedures, such as the one described at Zimbra to Zimbra Server Migration - Zimbra :: Wiki (one of the many). Each method has its pros and cons, and you must carefully choose one according to your situation.

    You could also check out ZeXtras Migration Tool, a free tool for easy zimbra-to-zimbra migrations. You can find it in the Gallery


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    Haven't tried it on a Zimbra box, but that VMware converter tool worked pretty well for our standalone servers.
    http://www.vmware.com/products/converter/

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