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    Default Zimbra collaboration Suite Upgrade from 5.0.14 to 6.0.10

    Hi,

    we are using zcs 5.0.14 for our mail server, now we plan to upgrade it to zcs 6.0.10. Is it possible to upgrade ?

    If so please provide the steps or docs. pls.................................

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by casino007 View Post
    we are using zcs 5.0.14 for our mail server, now we plan to upgrade it to zcs 6.0.10. Is it possible to upgrade ?
    You'll find full details of which versions can be upgraded, and how to do it, in the Release Notes for the current version. Read the release otes and familiarise yourself with the procedure and make sure you take adequate backups before and after the upgrade procedure. You should also search the forums for details of any problems that others may have encountered.

    I'll also move this thread to the correct forum as it's not a Migration question.
    Regards


    Bill


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    IWould try that nad get back if any issues.

    Thanks a lot

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