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    Default [SOLVED] Restore and Backup

    Hello all .-),

    Server 1 & Server 2 = 6.0.8

    i'd like to "Backup" Server 1 ( Mailboxes, Contacs .. ) and Restore it on Server 2.
    ( Server 2 is a new Installation of Zimbra ).

    Syncing of both Directorys is not the way i want to go ....

    If there some other options ?

    Best regards
    René

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyLive View Post
    i'd like to "Backup" Server 1 ( Mailboxes, Contacs .. ) and Restore it on Server 2.
    ( Server 2 is a new Installation of Zimbra ).

    Syncing of both Directorys is not the way i want to go ....
    That is, effectively, the only way to do it in the Open Source version. Check the wiki articles on Backup (link to wiki at the top of this page) and search the forums for some other backup scripts. You could always export each mailbox individually then import them into the new server. What exactly are you trying to achieve by doing this?
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