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    Default From Hula to Zimbra

    I am trying to migrate our mailboxes from Hula, which uses mbox, to zimbra. I am using the migrate from mbox script located here User Migration - ZimbraWiki. I get an error on line 4 of the script. Basic question is how do you migrate from mbox file to zimbra? I have also installed and tried the imapsync to no success, Both the hula server and zimbra server are up and running. We also have folders under our hula inbox that we will want migrated to zimbra inbox folders. Thanks for any help.
    Last edited by phoenix; 07-20-2007 at 11:47 PM.

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    If you get an error on line 4 of that script do you actually have the required perl modules installed? It would help, when debugging problems, if you post the error messages you get. If the Hula server can do IMAP then I suggest that IMAPSYNC would probably be easier for you. If you have problems with IMAPSYNC then, again, post the command you use and any error messages produced.


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    Since both systems were up and running (i had not made the transition yet), i got zimbra working and configured the email client. Then moved from the hula account to the zimbra account. Worked!

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