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    Default Migration zimbra to zimbra

    Hello


    I setup Zimbra in my home server, is debian 3.1 all think is OK and now i have lots lots e-mail ( 7GO ) , And now i would Like move Zimbra to another server(better server), I think use debian 3.1 or 4.
    I would like to now, what i need to move to the new server.

    thak you

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    Most importantly will be keeping the same servername; obviously ip's & dns resolution are going to be different etc. (see all the fun with changeing your servername here ZmSetServerName - ZimbraWiki)

    If you use the exact same zimbra version, you can run a new install of zimbra, then copy/scp/tar/rsync (keeping as many permissions intact as possible-though you can always run zmfixperms) your old /opt/zimbra/ to the new machine.

    If you had the NE version you could use the backups, but seeing as you said 'home', I'll assume your using the OS edition.
    Last edited by mmorse; 09-03-2007 at 11:36 PM.

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