OK, next try -- can imapsync connect to the IMAPs port? AUTH=PLAIN requires TLS encoding, either via an IMAPs connection or via a STARTTLS command on a vanilla IMAP connection...
imapsync --host1 x.x.x.x --host2 y.y.y.y --user1 usr1 --user2 test --password1 usrPass1 --authuser2 email@example.com --password2 adminPass --port2 7143
I know I need the --prefix2 and some others, but I'm just using this to test authentication before actually moving data.
Also, I amusing the admin password and I've tried the --authuser2 with the @test.domain and without it.
Using --ssl2 and --port2 7993 has let me in successfully...and I have transferred mail from a test account on the source to a test account on the zimbra server using the admin account and password. BTW, it worked with both the Admin@test.domain and just the admin account for logging in.
I'm assuming 4.0 GA works the same way, right? That's what the mass migration of my users will be on.
I am too!!!
Thanks for all your help everyone!
kirme3 please, would you post the way you do the imapsync in a short tutorial? I am very interested on it. I am also having the same problem when doing imapsync between our zimbra 3 and zimbra 4 server. Thanks before.
Details of using imapsync are in the wiki here: http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?tit...nded_Method.29
imapsync --syncinternaldates --host1 sourceserver --host2 destinationserver --user1 useracctonsrc --authuser1 adminuseronsrc --password1 adminpassonsrc --user2 useracctondest --authuser2 adminuseronsrc --password2 adminpassondest --ssl1 --port1 7993 --ssl2 --port2 7993 --folder INBOX(and the rest of the options you may need)
Thanks a lot
I had a typo in my last post...