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Thread: How do I move/define the default "data storage" directory?

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    Unhappy How do I move/define the default "data storage" directory?

    Hi All,

    I am very excited about using Zimbra, and am currently using the freeware version of Zimbra Desktop 7.1.1 (build 10917). When installing the program, I specifically selected the drive that has the most space, thinking that's where the Zimbra data would reside as well.

    However, after trying to solve/troubleshoot constant sync failures, I realized that Zimbra had literally gobbled up all of my C: drive space under Windows XP-Pro 32-Bit, located here: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Zimbra\Zimbra Desktop

    My question is simple:
    How do I move/define the default "data storage" directory??????

    Note I also tried to do some research, which mentioned "Configuration" changes but I don't have a "Mail" icon in the Control Panel, etc. so none of that appears to be relevant...
    (sample ref: Moving ZDB File To Another Location - Zimbra :: Wiki)

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    Anyone know the answer or will I be forced to uninstall...????

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