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    Default Importing zimbra to other vmware machines

    Hi there, I got to zimbra to work just great on a vmware server but after i imported it on other vmware machine, it doesn't seem to work anymore. any ideas on how to solve this? thanks!

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    Please be more specific when you mean imported it. Did you take the vm from one vmserver to another? Did you do a physical copy of the vm and bring it up as a clone in the same VM server?

    How exactly is it not working.

    I have a multi server setup running now on VMware and its fine. I did install it fresh into each vm though.

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    I did a physical copy and transferred it to a different computer with vmware installed. And I just opened the .vmx to import it. centos is working just fine, the problem starts after I log in as a zimbra user and start zimbra. Are there any configuration files that I should change? Thanks!

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    I get these errors

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    Afraid I cannot help you there. I have never seen that before. Do other things work on this copy?

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    everything works just fine except for zimbra. thanks for the help though.

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