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    I have a postfix server with a domain and want to migrate to zimbra the same domain. For the migration I plan to use two servers zimbra. One with the final domain and a temporary another domain. The scenario would look like.

    1 domain.com with postfix "a"
    1 domain-web.com with zimbra "b"
    1 domain.com with zimbra -> final "c"

    I have about 400 email accounts.

    In order to not losing any email. During two days forward a copy of the mail server called "a" to the server named "b". Next, put online the server named "c" and shut down the server "a" and forward all mails from the server called "b" to the server named "c".

    My question is, how I can send all mail from my server "b" to my server "c"?

    Thank you very much,

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    Quote Originally Posted by edu4001 View Post
    I have a postfix server with a domain and want to migrate to zimbra the same domain. For the migration I plan to use two servers zimbra. One with the final domain and a temporary another domain.
    Why do that? You only need your current server and the 'final' server not two zimbra servers.

    Go to the wiki (link at the top of this page) and read the Split Domain article.
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    Thank you.
    But now I have 2 servers, zimbra1 and zimbra 2 "b" and "c".

    b with the domain-web.com -> zimbra1
    c with domain.com -> zimbra2

    I need to migrate emails from 1 to 2.
    Both have the same accounts set up but with a different domain.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by edu4001 View Post
    But now I have 2 servers, zimbra1 and zimbra 2 "b" and "c".
    Get rid of the second server and rename the domain on the first server to the domain name you want. You're making this more complicated than it needs to be.
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    How do I change the domain name?
    In the admin console?
    In the treminal?
    If now I have my domain-web.com with 300 accounts created. if I change the name of domain also change my 300 acocounts automatically to edu4001@domain.com from edu4001@domain-web.com??

    Thanks so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by edu4001 View Post
    How do I change the domain name?
    In the admin console?
    In the treminal?
    If now I have my domain-web.com with 300 accounts created. if I change the name of domain also change my 300 acocounts automatically to edu4001@domain.com from edu4001@domain-web.com??
    Go to the wiki (link at the top of this page) and search for the word "renamedomain", do make sure you take a backup before you do anything to this server.
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