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    Default Migrate Zimbra from Mac to Linux

    Hello,
    I was wondering if there was a how-to on migrating from Mac OS X running zimbra 6.x to CentOS 5.5 running 6.x?

    Thanks,
    tom

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    I dont know of a complete migration tool. But this should get you started:
    ZCS-to-ZCS Migrations » Zimbra :: Blog

    Someone however might have a much better way to do it. If not, you can write a script with that information to do most of the work for you.

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    Question Won't restoring a full backup work?

    This page Moving ZCS to New Server (wiki) seems to suggest that restoring from a full backup to the new server is a good option, too.

    I'm in the process of migrating from RHEL4 to Ubuntu 8.04 LTS and have been seeing lots of different ideas. Doing a fresh install and then a full restore would (imo) be the most logical & fully supported way to do this. Just my 2¢!

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    I have looked at the sites ... But as I started to check out the the binaries I dont think it will just migrate.

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