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    Hi there,

    We're using WorldClient from Alt-N Technologies, and we're migrating to zimbra. We already imported the accounts but I have problem transferring all mails to zimbra.

    Is there a way to sync mails from WorldClient to Zimbra? We have more than 30 mail users and each have thousands of mails there so it would take lot of time if the only we have is to forward every mail.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgrn View Post
    We're using WorldClient from Alt-N Technologies, and we're migrating to zimbra. We already imported the accounts but I have problem transferring all mails to zimbra.

    Is there a way to sync mails from WorldClient to Zimbra? We have more than 30 mail users and each have thousands of mails there so it would take lot of time if the only we have is to forward every mail.
    Isn't WorldClient just a web interface for MDaemon? If it is then you can use IMAPSYNC, you should also search the forums for some further information on IMAPSYNC (and I also think there's at least one MDaemon migration mentioned).
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