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    Default Is it safe removing server?

    Hi,

    A while back I changed the domain name of my Zimbra server. The move was successful and all users were moved from "mail.olddomain.com" to "mail.newdomain.com." However, I've still got the mail.olddomain.com showing up in my servers in the admin panel. Moreover, I still have three mail.olddomain.com entries left on the accounts page, the ham., spam. and wiki accounts. The same ham. and spam. accounts were created for the mail.newdomain.com. The wiki@mail.olddomain.com still says "Global Documents account."

    If I from the command line, as zimbra, remove the unwanted server, like:

    Code:
    zmprov ds mail.olddomain.com
    ... is it safe? And will it automatically delete the spam., ham. and wiki accounts? If so, will anything that was created under the wiki@mail.olddomain.com be deleted from the server? I'm assuming that was all moved when I did the migration from mail.olddomain.com to mail.newdomain.com? Or do I need to manually move/convert the wiki@mail.olddomain.com to wiki@mail.newdomain.com?

    Any input greatly appreciated. Thx in advance.

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