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    Default Migration from Exchange - emails invisibles

    Hi,

    I've used the migration wizard to transfert datas from Exchange to ZCS 8 and the process ended without errors.

    My problem is that emails imported are invisibles. Addressbook and Calendar are fine but no mails and no folders in the mailboxes.
    Mails arrived since migration are here.
    If I look to the quota view, emails seems to be there because accounts have GB of datas each.

    Somebody had this issue yet ?

    Thank's for your support !

    ABx
    Last edited by alexisbnx; 03-29-2013 at 10:48 AM.

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    Hi Amex,

    please let us know the tool you used for migration....
    Md Safeek

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    Hi,

    I've used ZimbraMigration_8.0.3.780_x86.zip which I downloaded from the Administration Console.

    Thank's

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    Hello,

    somebody already had this problem ?

    Thank's for you support !

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    Im facing the same problem.

    Example:
    My user have some folders on Exchange (2007)
    Inbox
    Folder1
    Folder2

    i select only mail on migration tools, everything works fine, but when i list folders from user i get:

    Id View Unread Msg Count Path
    ---------- ---- ---------- ---------- ----------
    1 unkn 1 150 /
    16 docu 0 0 /Briefcase
    10 appo 0 0 /Calendar
    14 mess 0 0 /Chats
    7 cont 0 0 /Contacts
    6 mess 0 0 /Drafts
    13 cont 0 0 /Emailed Contacts
    2 mess 0 0 /Inbox
    4 mess 0 0 /Junk
    258 unkn 0 0 /folder2
    5 mess 0 0 /Sent
    15 task 0 0 /Tasks
    3 unkn 0 0 /Trash

    Folder2 create ok, but no folder1. Message from folder1 goes to -> folder id 1 / and the "view" column is type unknow
    Folder2 has no email in exchange, folder1 has...

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    Hi,

    I solved my problem yesterday by using ZCSExchangeMigrationWizard-8.0.3.780 instead of ZimbraMigration_8.0.3.780_x86...

    It's strange that Zimbra give us 2 tools for the migration.

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexisbnx View Post
    It's strange that Zimbra give us 2 tools for the migration.
    One is a 32bit version and the other is 64bit, why is it strange?
    Last edited by phoenix; 06-04-2013 at 09:03 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    One is a 32bit version and the other is 64bit, why is it strange?
    Old Exchange migration tool does not show the problem. New Migration tool have this problem : https://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=82421
    Last edited by phoenix; 06-04-2013 at 09:03 AM.
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