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Thread: Migrating one domain from multi-domain server to dedicated server

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    Default Migrating one domain from multi-domain server to dedicated server

    Hi Zimbra Admins.
    (Yes - I refrained from calling you my Zim Bros - I get a cookie for that.)

    I have a little situation:
    One of the domains on my current Zimbra open-source edition (all the latest on Ubuntu 8.04) has outgrown the server. I purchased and installed Zimbra on a new server just for that domain. However, my kung-foo search skills fail to help me find a document on just moving a SINGLE domain off an existing server.

    The forums here are a great resource and I refer to them often. I thank you all for that. Now if you could help me with my situation, I'll give you cookies too.

    Thanks!

    ---D

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    To clarify that:
    I purchased a new server and installed Ubuntu 8.04 and Zimbra Open Source Edition on it.

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    In absence of advice here, I replicated the accounts manually and am attempting an imapsync to the new server. Imapsync... just ... sits ... there.

    Granted the big mailbox is 6 GB... but ... wow.

    Help? Please?

    /usr/bin/imapsync --buffersize 8192000 --nosyncacls --subscribe --syncinternaldates --host1 10.10.1.5 --user1 emailbox@mydomain.org --password1 supersecret --host2 127.0.0.1 --user2 emailbox@mydomain.org --password2 supersecret --port1 143 --port2 143 --authmech1 PLAIN --authmech2 PLAIN --split1 1000 --split2 1000

    will try to use PLAIN authentication on host1
    will try to use PLAIN authentication on host2
    From imap server [10.10.1.5] port [143] user [emailbox@mydomain.org]
    To imap server [127.0.0.1] port [143] user [emailbox@mydomain.org]
    Banner : * OK mail.mydomain.org Zimbra IMAP4rev1 service ready
    Host 10.10.1.5 says it has CAPABILITY for AUTHENTICATE PLAIN
    Success login on [10.10.1.5] with user [emailbox@mydomain.org] auth [PLAIN]
    Banner : * OK mail1.mydomain.org Zimbra IMAP4rev1 service ready
    Host 127.0.0.1 says it has CAPABILITY for AUTHENTICATE PLAIN
    Success login on [127.0.0.1] with user [emailbox@mydomain.org] auth [PLAIN]
    From capability : ID WITHIN QUOTA ESEARCH NAMESPACE STARTTLS MULTIAPPEND SASL-IR IDLE LOGIN-REFERRALS CONDSTORE UNSELECT QRESYNC ENABLE BINARY UIDPLUS CATENATE IMAP4REV1 AUTH=X-ZIMBRA LIST-EXTENDED RIGHTS=EKTX AUTH=PLAIN ACL LITERAL+ SEARCHRES CHILDREN
    To capability : ID WITHIN QUOTA ESEARCH NAMESPACE STARTTLS MULTIAPPEND SASL-IR IDLE LOGIN-REFERRALS CONDSTORE UNSELECT QRESYNC ENABLE BINARY UIDPLUS CATENATE IMAP4REV1 AUTH=X-ZIMBRA LIST-EXTENDED RIGHTS=EKTX AUTH=PLAIN ACL LITERAL+ SEARCHRES CHILDREN
    From state Authenticated
    To state Authenticated
    From separator and prefix : [/][]
    To separator and prefix : [/][]
    ++++ Calculating sizes ++++
    From Folder [Some Folder] Size: 18486948 Messages: 4528
    From Folder [Chats] Size: 0 Messages: 0
    From Folder [Contacts] Size: 0 Messages: 0
    From Folder [Even More Emails] Size: 0 Messages: 0
    From Folder [Drafts] Size: 21124 Messages: 7
    From Folder [Emailed Contacts] Size: 30065 Messages: 88
    From Folder [Cookies Taste Good] Size: 0 Messages: 0
    From Folder [INBOX]


    And it sits.

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