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    I am planning on moving an existing ZCS 8 open source edition to another server (same platform), I'd like to preserve all accounts and settings. The wiki page in the documentation was written for Zimbra 5. Is the rsync method still a viable option for Zimbra 8? Are there any additional steps I should be aware of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amnesia View Post
    I am planning on moving an existing ZCS 8 open source edition to another server (same platform), I'd like to preserve all accounts and settings. The wiki page in the documentation was written for Zimbra 5. Is the rsync method still a viable option for Zimbra 8? Are there any additional steps I should be aware of?
    I asked this question at The Big Social and was told the "install.sh -s + rsync" method is still supported via Network Edition: Moving from 32-bit to 64-bit Server - Zimbra :: Wiki.

    Also note, especially with Zimbra 8, that you need to export LDAP and import it differently than as documented above; see the Admin Guide for doing backups and disaster recovery for the exact procedure.

    Hope that helps,
    Mark

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