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    I am moving ZCS to new server. In the old server, I have rapidssl certificate installed. How to move it to new server now?

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    That depends how your are 'moving' zimbra to the new server. If you are copying the /opt/zimbra directory type of move then your certificate should be OK. If you are installing a new server then you just install the certificate the same way you did when you initially installed it.
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    Yes, I just use the how-to here, so the SSL cert was copied over too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adv View Post
    Yes, I just use the how-to here, so the SSL cert was copied over too?
    Yes, it should have been.
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