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    Question zmrestores:error "mailbox not in maintenance mode"

    hi all...
    After few days of very very frustrating work for recover my previous installation and mailboxes at my ZNE I finally ran the zmrestoreoffline.

    Once the zmrestoreoffline finished the work I found several mailboxes empty, even the tumbleweeds were happy crossing there, indeed, except the users ¬.¬.

    Now I'm trying to dig into the effort of recover the information with the brilliant zmrestore option
    zmrestore -a all -rf -s localhost
    , I was not surprised that it does not work at all, so is not so brilliant after all. It is giving me back an error prompt: "mainbox not in maintenance mode".

    I done with
    zmprov md -mydomain- zimbraDomainStatus maintenance
    , even I tried trough the admin web interface, not success, zmrestore keep giving same error.

    Could someone light my way?, is there a way to force all accounts go in maintenance mode?

    Thanks in advance, POKO

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    BTW, I tried with zmprov ma -account- zimbraAccountStatus maintenance too and I got same error.

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