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    Question Import pst to Zimbra Desktop Local Folders

    I need to import my pst files to Zimbra Desktop Local Folder. I have about 5 GB of pst file in my pc. Somebody know how I can import the pst files to ZDesktop Local Folders without upload to the server, in other words, directly to the local folders?

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    ya same issue with me, can any one help in moving my outlook .pst files to local zimbra desktop.

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    As has been stated multiple times through-ought this forum, currently the only way to import a .pst file is to upload to the server. Zimbra Desktop 2 will support this feature locally. If you want to wait a bit the first public beta is currently scheduled for 2/12/10 according to the Zimbra Product Portal.

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    Any update on this ? Does ZD2 beta 4 support this yet ?

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    hello

    I'm new here, but I'm really interested to this function.
    I did not found information on the wiki or somewhere else... if I understand well, ZD2 will allow to read a local pst file without uploading it through internet?
    And maybe with just a drag'n'drop user will be able to move some mails/folders from local archive to the Zimbra server?

    many thanks

    FoggyOx
    Who should migrate 50000users from Exchange.. .

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    Tried this with ZD2 (build 10580) again (on windows and linux ) , no luck. If i go to import i can select the pst file but when i tried to select the destination , my cursor change to a "no entry sign" . If i click on import i get the message "Not allowed to import to root folder for this type".

    Nothing written to zdesktop.log

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    Might want to vote for this enhancment in bugzilla:
    https://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=27036

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcaneMagus View Post
    As has been stated multiple times through-ought this forum, currently the only way to import a .pst file is to upload to the server. Zimbra Desktop 2 will support this feature locally. If you want to wait a bit the first public beta is currently scheduled for 2/12/10 according to the Zimbra Product Portal.
    ohhh what a mess!!

    Then it should be very difficult to use Zimbra in my Office, or is there a Corporate Version ( $$$$ ) of Zimbra Desktop that support PST import function ?

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    So did this feature ever make it ZD 2? That is what I am using and if that feature it available will it Sync to our Zimbra Server? Please let me know.

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