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    Okay, thanks. one more thing.

    I posted this in zimbra forum, see if you think ZeXtras can help me.

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    Hello friends okay?

    Currently I use Debian 5.9 x32 and Zimbra 7.1.3, there are two domains.

    I set up another server and x64 Ubuntun 10:04 Zimbra 7.1.4 and now must pass all the contents of mailboxes, calendar, shared boxes for the new server. What better way to to this for me?

    One thing is importate:
    My current server there are two domains domain1 and domain2.
    In the new server there are two different Other domains of the current server,
    However usuaris names are the same, changing only the domain.

    What can I to with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thiagotgc View Post
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    Hello friends okay?

    Currently I use Debian 5.9 x32 and Zimbra 7.1.3, there are two domains.

    I set up another server and x64 Ubuntun 10:04 Zimbra 7.1.4 and now must pass all the contents of mailboxes, calendar, shared boxes for the new server. What better way to to this for me?

    One thing is importate:
    My current server there are two domains domain1 and domain2.
    In the new server there are two different Other domains of the current server,
    However usuaris names are the same, changing only the domain.

    What can I to with it?
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    Hmmm let me get this straight: do you need to migrate the domains from the Debian server and then merge the accounts with the same usernames on different domains? Are the accounts on the destination machine empty?

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    Just a friend, where I have the x32 Debian now has accounts like this.

    usuario1@domain.com.br
    usuario2@domain.com.br

    Now I want to use this wonderful tool to migrate to a new server that uses Ubuntu x64

    usuario1@domain.com
    usuario2@domain.com

    Is it possible and easy to do this with the tool? If so, how would I do?

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thiagotgc View Post
    Just a friend, where I have the x32 Debian now has accounts like this.

    usuario1@domain.com.br
    usuario2@domain.com.br

    Now I want to use this wonderful tool to migrate to a new server that uses Ubuntu x64

    usuario1@domain.com
    usuario2@domain.com

    Is it possible and easy to do this with the tool? If so, how would I do?

    Thank you!
    Hello Thiagotgc,

    I ran some tests and I confirm that you can perform such operation.

    However, you must take exactly this steps:

    - Create create the "domain.com.br" domain in the destination server.
    - For each account on the "domain.com" domain add an alias for the related "domain.com.br" address (so that usuario1@domain.com.br is an alias for usuario@domain.com). I suggest you to do this scripting the 'zmprov' command.
    - Start the import.

    Data from the "@domain.com.br" accounts will be imported on the appropriate "@domain.com" account. No data will be deleted as the contents of the accounts will be merged.


    Have a nice day,
    Cine

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    Cool my friend, I am already doing the tests.

    And after I do all this migration, if I uninstall ZeXtras of two servers, I'll lose everything I have done, or it will simply be deleted from my server?

    just run the. / install-u to uninstall is not it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thiagotgc View Post
    Cool my friend, I am already doing the tests.

    And after I do all this migration, if I uninstall ZeXtras of two servers, I'll lose everything I have done, or it will simply be deleted from my server?

    just run the. / install-u to uninstall is not it?
    You can freely uninstall ZeXtras Suite from both server once you don't need it anymore, or you can try all cool features of ZeXtras Suite for 30 days as the package comes with a 30-day free tral period

    Anyway the command is "./install.sh -u all"


    Have a nice day,
    Cine

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