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    Default Zimbra to Zimbra migration..

    HI

    i have two Zimbra mail servers. i want to migrate all account from one zimbra server to second one. any one has idea about that, kindly guide me how i can do so.

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    Do update your forum profile with the correct information as I asked you in this post.

    You could use IMAPSYNC or several other methods, search the forums for further details.
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    Bill


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    Migrating is fairly simple if you follow these steps:
    1) Create your mailboxes in the Zimbra Control Panel
    2) Set up your email application
    3) Export old .PST then Import your .PST file(s) to your new hosting company
    4) Modify your DNS records

    I understand these answers are simple, but there really is no need to over think it. These are the instruction, generally, that where given to me when i migrated to a new company that hosted Zimbra called The Message Center.
    Very good hosting company.

    The Message Center Hosted Exchange, Hosted CRM Hosted SharePoint, Hosted Zimbra

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