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    Question Move mailboxes to new server - LDAP issue

    Hi,

    I've moved over all my mailboxes to a new server by setting up a new new ZCS install with a LDAP replica. I've moved over all mailboxes and would like to promote my new server to the master LDAP server. But I'm stuck.

    I've moved all mailboxes to the new server according to these steps:
    Preferred Method of Moving Users To New Machine (zmmailboxmove - Network Edition Only - Zimbra :: Wiki)


    The next step is upgrading the LDAP replica --> master on the new server and downgrade the master. But, I don't have a /opt/zimbra/conf/slapd.conf.in
    I've got the LDAP server installed on the replica server.

    The steps to follow are described in:
    Promoting Replica to LDAP Master 6.0 - Zimbra :: Wiki
    and
    Promoting Replica to LDAP Master - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Can anyone help me out here, since I don't want to screw up my new install?

    Thanks in advance.

    Danny

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    Wink

    Does anyone has a clue on how to solve this?
    Hope someone can help out, I wolud really really get rid of the current LDAP master, which is an old server.

    Thanks.

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