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    Default [SOLVED] migration from exchange (copy not move inbox)

    hi, everyone this is my first post so he's the thing:
    I wanna migrate inbox from exchange to my new zimbra server but i dont wanna kill my exchange i want to test zimbra but with all accounts so, anyone can tell me how to copy all of that stuff without delete data in exchange. I hope u can help me, thx.


    greetings

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    Welcome to the forums

    There are a number of options for migrating your data. Several are listed over in the wiki and is a good place to start: User Migration - Zimbra :: Wiki

    None of the migration methods listed move mail instead of copying to my knowledge. There's also a tool specific to Exchange to bring mail, contacts, calendar for users, but it requires the Network Edition.

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    thanks...
    I'll read it

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