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    tclaydon is offline Starter Member
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    Default Migration from Multi-Node Mail Cluster to Single Node?

    Hello,

    We are in the process of migrating our old ZCS installation from physical servers to virtual servers. We have two MTA servers, and two mail servers, and the mail servers are configured with Symantec Veritas Cluster Server clustering software. I have migrated the two MTA servers over to VM's without any issues, so the next step is to migrate the mail servers.

    What we'd like to do is move all of the data off of the active node in the cluster over to a single VM, and then have that new VM be the only mailstore server in the network. I'm not sure how messy that would be, and I've not found any posts, etc, on if that's even possible.

    Has anyone ever done something like this before? If not, is there a cleaner way of accomplishing this?

    Thanks,
    Tom

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    Hi Tom!

    Were you able to do it? Could you please share how or point to the resources that helped you with that process?

    Thanks!
    Sebas

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