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    Default [SOLVED] Migrating Zimbra & Zimbra, different hostnames

    Hi there,

    I'm performing some high-availability testing and want to restore a backup of our live data onto the systems I'm setting up. The problem I have however is that the servers have different hostnames than the live server.

    As I do not know the passwords of each user I don't think I can use imapsync? I've tried restoring a backup into /opt/zimbra which then gave me issues starting ldap. I resolved this by going into individual config files and altering the ldap://zimbra.domain lines but now even though the services say they're started I can't access anything.

    Is there an easier way to get this working that I've overlooked??

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    Thanks muchly, worked a treat!

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