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Thread: Upgrading from 4.5.7_GA_1319.RHEL5_64 to 5.02_GA

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    systemgeek is offline Starter Member
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    Default Upgrading from 4.5.7_GA_1319.RHEL5_64 to 5.02_GA

    I am currently running 4.5.7_GA_1319.RHEL5_64 on CentOS 5.0 (64bit) and I want to do the upgrade to 5.02. Reading the upgrade notes it states clearly that I cannot install the new connectors on machines connecting to the old (4.5.7) version of Zimbra. So I have to infer that I do the Zimbra upgrade to 5.02 and then I can upgrade the connectors latter?

    Is this correct? Will the older connectors for 4.5.7 work with 5.02 at least long enough for me to run around upgrading people?

    My client base is 90% Windows Vista and we are actually running a Beta version of the 5.0 connector because the 4.5.7 version did not support Vista. I have one user (the company president) running connector 4.5.7 because he is on WinXP. The rest of my users are running MACs and using MacMail, no zimbra connector.


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    leog21 is offline Special Member
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    how did your upgrade go? I am upgradign from 4.5.7 same version/os to 5.02 and I was wondering if you encountered any headaches.


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