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    Default Move ZD Settings To "New Computer?"

    It's not actually a new computer, it's a new hard drive in the same computer.

    When I reinstall Zimbra on the new drive, is there something on the old drive I can copy to the new one to transfer all my ZD settings, accounts and data to the new drive?

    Thanks for any help.

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    Hello? Anyone there?

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    Is it lonely in here or is it just me.

    Hundreds of views but not a single comment. Is there no one who knows the answer to this question? Or should I assume the lack of an answer means there is no way to do it?


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    Why don't you just copy the original folder structure to the new HD (make sure you keep a copy) and then install ZD to that location? I seem to remember doing that a long time ago, it my or may not work.
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    Thanks for responding phoenix... I appreciate it.

    I can certainly try that.

    But what I was hoping for was a definitive way to do it before experimenting so that I don't screw anything up on my nice fresh drive and Windows installation.

    Doesn't look like that is coming, so your suggestion may be the only option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan1 View Post
    But what I was hoping for was a definitive way to do it before experimenting so that I don't screw anything up on my nice fresh drive and Windows installation.
    The worst thing that would happen is that you: a) might not get it to 'find' your current data or b) you might have to uninstall it but it certainly won't do anything bad to your PC.
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