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    Default CENTOS 5 Zimbra 5.x

    Have any NE users Upgraded their Zimbra 4.X to 5.X?
    Haw was the transition? I'm always a bit leary of sofware upgrades.....
    How long would the process take for 100 mailboxes (100 gb space)
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    CentOS not an official NE build aside - close to RHEL5 and what not
    What version are you currently running? (zmcontrol -v or $set:get version in the AJAX web-client search bar)
    Any LDAP replicas?
    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/install...0-upgrade.html
    Don't forget to make a backup - give yourself double the backup time required just in-case you need to restore.
    Release notes & downloads can be found through: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/announc...-released.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothyalangorman View Post
    Have any NE users Upgraded their Zimbra 4.X to 5.X?
    Haw was the transition? I'm always a bit leary of sofware upgrades.....
    How long would the process take for 100 mailboxes (100 gb space)
    ?
    thanks
    timg
    Did 3 upgrades of 4.5.9 and one 4.5.10 to 5.0.2 all on CentOS and they all went perfectly. My largest server took somewhere around an hour for 70 mailboxes with 120gb of data.

    Always backup first!

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