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Migrate Zimbra From One Server To Another Server | Method-2 | Zimbra

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(@sharif)
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This method is a widely used method to migrate email service. You can use it on Zimbra too. Let's take a look at how it works?


   
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(@jaimeco)
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Hello.
If it is useful, with imapsync, I use the --authuser option. In the middle of migration of thousands of users, I preffer use the admin password in host1 and host2 this way:

SCRIPT_INI
#!/usr//bin/bash
host1= # host1 IP is Source
host2= # host2 IP is Dest
admin1="adminuser1@dominio1.com"
admin2="adminuser2.dominio2.com"
admpass1="PASSadminuser1"
admpass2="PASSadminuser2"

time imapsync --syncinternaldates
--host1 $host1 --user1 "someuser1@dominio1.com" --authuser1 "$admin1" --password1 "$admpass1" --ssl1
--host2 $host2 --user2 "someuser1@dominio2.com" --authuser2 "$admin2" --password2 "$admpass2" --ssl2

SCRIPT_END

I hope to help. Regards.


   
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mgarbo
(@mgarbo)
Joined: 9 years ago
Posts: 61
 

@jaimeco Absolutely yes, this is the best solution to migrate from server A to B but it works only if you can use an admin user with delegate access ( not all imap server allow you to use delegate access method ).


   
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(@bidlatata11)
Joined: 1 year ago
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Why not move the data and update zimbra version? It's a dns problem, logs say can't resolve imap server.

 


   
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