We were in migracion process from Exchange 2003 to Zimbra. To do migration I did split domain to do migration process easy. I followed this article:
Split domain with Exchange 2003 as Primary - Zimbra :: Wiki
All works fine an migration process was completed successfull, now its time to undo this split to make Zimbra primary server and turn off Exchange.
I just want to confirm that next commands are correct, apart of NAT rules and MX recods, thats what I think to execute in my Zimbra:
zmprov mcf zimbraMtaDnsLookupsEnabled TRUE
zmprov mcf zimbraMtaRelayHost ""
zmprov md savia.net zimbraMailTransport ""
zmprov gd savia.net zimbraMailCatchAllAddress ""
zmprov gd savia.net zimbraMailCatchAllForwardingAddress ""
$ postfix stop
$ postfix start
Its correct?? order of execution its importantÃ‚Â¿?Ã‚Â¿?Ã‚Â¿?
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So yeah, this post is OLD- almost 3 years old to the day- however I'm in the same exact situation. Were we ever able to confirm these were the proper steps after decommissioning the Exchange Server?
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