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    Question Full, Differential and Incremental backups for Zimbra Open Source Edition

    Need help regarding backup of Zimbra Open Source Edition
    If there are any ways to get different type of backups of Zimbra using scripts or any software package. Please help

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    There are a set of scripts in the wiki and some details of other scripts in the forums, please search for them.
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    Thanks for reply
    I have searched but hav'nt found any thing on differential or incremental back if you have any link please post

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    Just search for the word 'backup' in the wiki and forums, you'll get plenty of hits.;
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    Quote Originally Posted by aoun View Post
    Thanks for reply
    I have searched but hav'nt found any thing on differential or incremental back if you have any link please post
    Open Source Edition Backup Procedure - Zimbra :: Wiki has a section called "snapshots" that is kind of differential-ish.

    This thread http://www.zimbra.com/forums/adminis...y-version.html has the most detailed backup for open source I have yet seen. It's not for the faint of heart as it is very detailed in both options and methods, but it may go the direction you are trying to go.

    If neither of these are acceptable to you, you really need to consider the paid Network Edition, which has a true live, differential backup along with many other options.

    Cheers,

    Dan

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