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Thread: Upgrade requires old .msi installer?

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    Its packaged with the server bits, so if you have the server bits for the version in question, you can get it there. If not, contact support@zimbra.com and let them know the exact server version and they should be able to get it to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidSpeck View Post
    So it'd be best if somehow someone was able to give him a copy of the .msi file then.
    Why? Removing the installer information fixes that type of problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Why? Removing the installer information fixes that type of problem.
    But would also make a person unable to uninstall a program "correctly". No big deal in this case where it would be an upgrade, but a little more difficult if he had wanted to uninstall it. Then again, I don't really have a solid understanding of .msi files, either.

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