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    Exclamation [SOLVED] Migrate Lotus Domino 8.5 to ZCS 7.1

    Hi all,
    i have some problem to migrate a very crappy lotus domino 8.5 to zimbra.
    I'd like to use the import wizard, i used the exchange tool many times before and i suppose that the domino wizard works fine too.
    My problem is that i'm not able to log on on LDAP, a mandatory step to use this wizard, and i still get:
    Unable to bind to LDAP server <nameserver> at port 389. Error Code: 0x31.

    I can reach <nameserver>, port 389 in open, my login and password are correct.

    What i can do before try NSF migration and, if it fails, imapsync and per-user-export-import from notes client?

    regards

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    0x31 code means authentication failure.

    I had similar problem. Create a new Lotus user with no whitespaces in its name (like MigrationUser) and withoud ID file, and try authenticate using this new user name. It worked for me.

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    it works!
    Now i have only the last problem, import wizard didn't translate Domino canonical address in standard mail address.
    Do you have any hint?

    thanks!
    bizza

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    it was my typo, wizard works great!

    thanks

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    wizard works great.. but..

    all of the HTML email is distorted, and now I am having issues to run imapsync with --authuser in order to migrate everything without resetting user password at Notes/Domino

    Bug 57601 &ndash; Domino migration: HTML format is not preserved

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    Actually, I didn't use --authuser with imapsync. What I did I changed Internet passwords for all Lotus accounts, but Lotus authentication with ID file was still intract. Because everyone used only Lotus native client, nobody was affected by Internet password change. Then I used imapsync to migrate all account content.

    Working imapsync command was quite elaborated, last version looked like:

    # /usr/bin/imapsync --allowsizemismatch --timeout 60 --host1 source_host --user1 user --password1 source_password --host2 destination_host --user2 user --password2 destination_password --noauthmd5 --buffersize buffersize --nosyncacls --subscribe_all --syncinternaldates --regextrans2 's/Inbox/INBOX/' --regextrans2 's,\\,/,g' --regextrans2 's,//,++,g' --skipheader '^X-|^Received|^Content-|^Subject|^References|^Mime|^Cc' --fast --skipsize

    HTH,
    --fedya

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    I have no other option aside from --authuser feature, as resetting password is not an option.

    However, I am looking into the possibility of importing the hashed password from ldap though. Not sure if it is compatible with zimbra ldap or not.

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