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    MatthewPearson is offline New Member
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    Default Calendar from OSS to NE on new server

    We've been running Zimbra OSS (on Debian) for a while now and would like to move to the NE (looks like Ubuntu is our best option for this). I think we should be OK to get all of the mail across (using imapsync) and the contacts (using csv export/import, but how do we get the calendars over?

    So, how do we get our calendars from the current server to our new one?

    Also, when I set up the original server I gave it the name zimbra.ourdomain.com, but this means that all the accounts seem to appear as someone@zimbra.ourdomain.com instead of just someone@ourdomain.com. We have set the reply addresses so that things work properly, but I was wondering if there is a way of doing this differently when we install the NE box?

    Many Thanks

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    When you install the ZImbra NE server you can create the correct domain mae just before you commit the install. For migrating info other than email read this section of the wiki.
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