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    mehdicom62 is offline Starter Member
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    Default restore inbox and user to new installation in new version

    hello
    we are using zimbra open source edition 4.5.10_GA_1575.FC5 version
    we want to install zimbra version 6 and also we want to have all user
    and inbox in new installation. zimbra new version dose not support
    fedora 5 . please help me to install zimbra v6 in new operating system
    and restore all user and inbox from old zimbra. how can i do this ?
    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehdicom62 View Post
    hello
    we are using zimbra open source edition 4.5.10_GA_1575.FC5 version
    we want to install zimbra version 6 and also we want to have all user
    and inbox in new installation. zimbra new version dose not support
    fedora 5 . please help me to install zimbra v6 in new operating system
    and restore all user and inbox from old zimbra. how can i do this ?
    thank you
    I'd suggest you also change the distribution you use during this move to something like CentOS5. You should read the release notes on what's important for upgrading from that version to the current 6.x release. There are several articles in the wiki, forums and blog about moving from one server to another with Zimbra, have a read of some of those to help you plan the move: site:zimbra.com +move +"new server" - Yahoo! Search Results
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    Bill


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