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    Question I want to migrate e-mail to zimbra from my own mail system.What can I do?

    I set up my own mail system with postfix,dovecot and mysql.
    Now I want to migrate the mail and user information to zimbra.What can I do?

    My mail format is MailBox.Zimbra mail format is MailDir,how can I import my mail to Zimbra?Any suggestion? Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky_elf View Post
    I set up my own mail system with postfix,dovecot and mysql.
    Now I want to migrate the mail and user information to zimbra.What can I do?

    My mail format is MailBox.Zimbra mail format is MailDir,how can I import my mail to Zimbra?Any suggestion? Thank you!
    Did you look at some of the many threads and the wiki articles that cover this subject? You can start by going to the wiki (link at the top of this page) and searching for the word "IMAPSYNC" and read that article - you should also search the forums for some migration tips.
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