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    Default GroupWise to Zimbra Migration Tool - Crashing

    I received the GroupWise to Zimbra Migration Tool V7.0.1.74. When I am running a migration against an account it will tend to crash on a large mailbox without warning and without producing a log.

    Does anyone know if there is a limit on the mailbox size that the tool can handle? Is there a way to figure out why it crashes without a log file?

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    I never had the chance to use the migration tool since my customer's LDAP was shot. I had success using imapsync, just look for the proper switches you need. You'll just have to keep testing until you get it right. I was able to get around large mailboxes but some large attachments gave me problems. It was crazy since the previous system had no restrictions and I found attachments several hundred MB in size!
    I ran imapsync to pull user info from a csv file and all their mail was pulled into Zimbra no prob.

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    I also need to do a GW 8 to Zimbra migration.
    Since for now we are using the 'free' version, I don't think I'm entitled to have the migration tool, so your IMAPSYNC solution seems very attractive.
    Can you share it with me ? the config I mean, the switches you have used and the type of fields you used on your CSV.

    Thanks in advance.


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