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    Default Upgrading zimbra 6.0.16 to later version

    Good evening,

    I am still on my baby steps with zimbra's in's & outs.

    I need to upgrade a zimbra stand alone server from (Release 6.0.16_GA_2998.UBUNTU8_64 UBUNTU8_64 FOSS edition) to later edition. I read about upgrades on the net with unclear directions. then thought of contacting the gurus.

    I am aware that this server have missed several upgrades (OS and zimbra application) already. I can highly appreciate your input in this regards, as I am scared to break a live system.

    Thnx, Lungu

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    Quote Originally Posted by langu View Post
    ....I read about upgrades on the net with unclear directions.
    That's always a mistake, you should always start with official Product Documentation. You should always read the Release Notes, they contain details of what you need to do to upgrade your ZCS server and what fixes are included and any intermediate versions you may need to update. You should also take a look at the backup scripts in the wiki (and some forum threads) and take a full backup of your server before you do any upgrades.
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    Bill


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    I will do so, Thnx phonix

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