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    Is upgrading network edition as simple as unpacking and doing ./install.sh ?

    I thought I read somewhere that zimbra would detect the previous version when you do that and ask you if you want to upgrade. I want to get upgraded to 4.5.6 from 4.5.4 asap.

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    Go for it.
    Should be fine

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    Thanks! I just wanted to make sure it was a simple process that wouldn't require much down time. I don't want to get yelled at today, it's Friday and I'm feelin' good lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w1nz View Post
    Thanks! I just wanted to make sure it was a simple process that wouldn't require much down time. I don't want to get yelled at today, it's Friday and I'm feelin' good lol.
    Obviously you should back-up your system first.
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