ZCS Migration Wizard 8.0
ZCS Migration Wizard 8.0
for IBM Lotus Domino

Using the ZCS Migration Wizard > Migrating Accounts and Importing Email

Migrating Accounts and Importing Email
The ZCS Migration Wizard can be downloaded from the Zimbra Administration Download page on the Zimbra administration console.
From the Zimbra Administration Downloads page click the ZCS Migration Wizard for Domino link to download the ZCS Migration Wizard executable file to your computer.
Double-click on the ZCS Migration Wizard executable file. The Welcome dialog appears. Click Next to continue.
The Import Destination dialog displays. Enter Import Destination information.
To connect and authenticate to the server, enter:
Host name. This is the host name of the Zimbra server.
Admin Port. The default admin services port is 7071.
Use Secure Connection (SSL) is checked to establish a secure connection to the server port.
Username and Password. This is the name and password of the administrator account on the Zimbra server.
Click Next.
In the Destination Domain dialog, select the Zimbra domain name where accounts will migrate to.
If you create the domain name after you started the ZCS Migration Wizard, click Refresh Domains to update the list from the Zimbra server.
Click Next.
LDAP Server. The internal or external LDAP server name.
LDAP Port. The default is 389.
User DN and Password. Enter the DN (Distinguished Name). If the LDAP is external, the DN is the LDAP user name and password. If the LDAP is on the Domino server, use your user name and password.
BasDN: Enter the base DN for LDAP’s user accounts.
The Import Source dialog displays. If the ZCS Migration Wizard can determine the Domino server name, administration ID file path, and Lotus Notes INI file path, this information is displayed in the dialog. If this information is missing, enter the information.
Domino Server Name: Name of the Domino server.
Admin ID File Path: Path to the admin ID file which contains the admin configuration data.
Password: Admin password.
Notes INI File Path: Path to Notes INI file.
Migrate Private Folders: Enable this option to migrate user’s Lotus Domino private folders, and complete the following:
ID File Directory: Specify the path to the directory containing ID files of all the Lotus Domino users to be migrated. The names of the ID files should follow the format <user shortname>.id.
Password File Path: Specify the path to the file containing passwords for these ID files. The users and passwords should be specified in format <user full name>:<password>. The user full name format is <username>/[<organization unit>/]<organization>. For example, if the user is Joe, the organization is Zimbra and the organization unit is marketing, then the user full name is joe/marketing/zimbra.
Click Next.
In the Source and Destination Mailboxes dialog, define the users to be migrated to the Zimbra server. Choose one of the following ways to select users:
Object Picker, to select specific users to migrate. Go to step a.
Query Builder, to select groups of users to migrate. Go to step b.
Click Object Picker to select specific accounts to migrate.
In the Internet address starts with box, enter a few starting characters of the SMTP address to be migrated. The wildcard characters, * and ?, can be used.
Click Go. All users whose SMTP address starts with the entered characters are listed. Select the users to migrate from the list.
Click Add.
Click Query Builder, to select groups of accounts to migrate.
In the Query Builder dialog, enter the search base for the LDAP query and construct the filter to identify which mailboxes to import.
Click User Map and in the dialog that opens, browse to the XML file created with the user mapping. Click OK.
The Source & Destination Mailboxes dialog now displays the Zimbra account name, the Lotus Domain server DN information and the Lotus Domino userDN information for accounts to be migrated. Review the information.
If any accounts should not be migrated, select the account and click Remove, otherwise click Next to continue.
The ZCS Migration Wizard now checks to see if these accounts exist on the Zimbra server. After checking all the accounts, the Target Account Verification dialog displays the number of accounts that exist and the number of accounts that do not exist on the Zimbra server. The accounts with the status of No such account will be created. Click Next.
The Account Provisioning dialog displays. All accounts with the status of No such account are shown in the Unprovisioned Accounts list box. Before creating these accounts, select the Class of Service (COS) that these accounts will be assigned and enter the default password for the accounts.
The COS defines the features and preferences for these accounts. Classes of Service that have been configured on the Zimbra server are listed. If you recently created a COS and it is not listed, click Refresh COS. New COSs are added to the list.
Important: Included in this list are two COSs called default and None.The COS named default refers to the default COS that was automatically created when Zimbra Collaboration Server is installed. The COS named None is used to represent a COS configured for the domain that is being migrated. Configuring a domain COS is optional. Select None to provision the accounts with the COS assigned to the domain. If None is selected and the domain has not been configured with a specific COS, the COS named default is automatically assigned.
In the Initial Password field, enter a default password. This is the password for every account that is created.
Configure ZCS authentication to be external against the LDAP directory. Users can continue to use their existing password.
Click Next. The listed accounts are provisioned.
If you do not want to create any of the accounts from this list, check Do not provision any users, and click Next. No accounts are created on the Zimbra server.
You can view the results of account provisioning in the Provisioning Accounts dialog. The Provisioning Result column shows the status of account creation. Any account not created is shown as Unable to create account.
The provisioning of email accounts on the Zimbra server is complete. Before proceeding you should change the mail relay information for these users to point to the Zimbra server instead of the Lotus Dominoserver. Any new email messages are sent to the Zimbra mailboxes.
The Import Items dialog is used to select which parts of users accounts should be imported.
Import Mails. Select this item to import users’ mail.
Import Contacts. Select this item to import users’ contact folders.
Import Tasks. Select this item to import users’ task folders.
Import Calendar. Select this item to import users’ calendars.
Calendar Options. If you chose to import users’ calendars, you can specify whether to convert meetings organized by users to their new addresses.
The Import Options dialog is used to set rules about what files should be imported.
Folder Options. The checkboxes for Import Junk-Mail Folder and Import Deleted Items Folder determine whether or not to import mail currently in those Junk Mail and Trash folders respectively.
Progress Log.The checkbox for Ignore previously imported items can be used in cases where an earlier import operation was interrupted. If checked, the import process picks up where it left off, rather than importing duplicates.
The wizard prevents import of duplicates by checking the progress logs for every user’s mailbox that has been imported before. If the message ID in the progress log matches an existing message, that message is not imported, hence preventing duplicate import of messages.
Date Filter. Check the Date Filter checkbox to import mail only after a certain date. This lets you discard old messages.
Concurrency. Specify the number of concurrent threads for selected accounts. For example, 3 starts three concurrent threads and three accounts migrations start simultaneously.
Message logging. Enable this option to log the message which failed to get migrated.
Click Next. A confirmation dialog appears. Click OK to begin the migration process.
Important: Users can continue to work in Lotus Notes while their mail is being imported, although any operation they do after that mailbox folder has been imported will not be picked up by the Zimbra server. To ensure that the imported mailbox is consistent with the old mailbox, we recommend informing users that their mailboxes will be unavailable over some scheduled downtime period.
The Import In Progress screen displays the import progress.
When the import is complete, the Import Completed dialog displays any errors. If errors or warnings appear, review the Description column and take appropriate action.
For details about the migration process, click Open Log File to view details.
You can also view this log file later in the temp folder of the user used to run the migration tool. The file name appears as m2l.log.
Use Import More Users to re-run the import on a different batch of users. You might do this to import users from another domain, for example.
Click Finish to close the ZCS Migration Wizard.
Copyright © 2012 VMware Inc.