Thank you very much!
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Thank you very much!
The marketing lingo on the Zimbra version comparison document is a bit ambiguous. I will be shutting down my ZCS Network Edition soon and would like to run the Open Source edition for my...
I wound up resolving this matter with the help of Zimbra support. The short answer is that yes, it is possible to do the migration roughly the way I laid it out. I have completed the...
I appreciate everybody's feedback, but I am still wondering if my initial game plan is a good one. Can anybody comment on the ability to add a ZCS 8 ldap server to the existing ZCS 7 environment?
I have several users that have tipped the scales at 10+ GB as well. The server seems to have no problem with this, but I am a little concerned about the mail clients. Most of these users are on...
I appreciate the feedback. In my case everything is virtualized so hardware is not the issue. I need to upgrade the underlying OS instead.
Wrong thread? I'm not sure how this applies to my topic...
[QUOTE=federico.bertola;259676]I guess you cannot add a zimbra 8 server to a zimbra 7 infrastructure. AFAIK the only way to migrate without doing an in-place upgrade is try a Zextras migration.
I have been lurking for a while, reading posts and articles on the best way to upgrade my current ZCS 7.x implementation to 8.x. I want to move to a newer server platform as well so I will...
I have an unusual customer request and I can only think of one rather painful way to accommodate it. They want to sever all communications with the outside world for a couple of their...
It may be too early in the morning for me to attempt a technical reply, but here goes...
Am I understanding everybody correctly - you have not been able to place a Zimbra (reverse) proxy...
We run Zimbra in a VMware virtualized environment, which seems like a prescient idea given the recent news. :D Our image files reside on an NFS share. Zimbra thinks it has physically...
I am still struggling with this. I just want the ^&*$@ junk folder turned off and it is taunting me with every trapped message. :)
I made progress and figured out that I could run:
zmprov mcf zimbraSpamHeader X-Spam-Flag-OFF
zmprov mcf zimbraSpamHeaderValue OFF
Thanks for the tip, but where/how do I make those changes?
I read several posts dealing with this situation, but have yet to find an answer. I have disabled anti-virus and anti-spam on our Zimbra mail server, but mail is still being delivered to...