Difference between revisions of "User Migration"

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First, note that you'll want to create accounts in Zimbra first before you do the migration. If you want to do it in one shot, read [[Bulk Create]].
  
 
Migrating your users means you're going to have to deal with [[Mail Migration|mail]],  [[Calendar and Contacts Migration|calendar, contacts]]  and [[Password Migration|passwords]]. This page used to be one monolithic monstrosity -- but has now been broken down into separate pages:
 
Migrating your users means you're going to have to deal with [[Mail Migration|mail]],  [[Calendar and Contacts Migration|calendar, contacts]]  and [[Password Migration|passwords]]. This page used to be one monolithic monstrosity -- but has now been broken down into separate pages:
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Please see [http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=User_Migration_Troubleshooting User Migration Troubleshooting] if you are having problems migrating data to your Zimbra installation.
 
Please see [http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=User_Migration_Troubleshooting User Migration Troubleshooting] if you are having problems migrating data to your Zimbra installation.
 
Also, note that you'll want to create accounts in Zimbra first before you do the migration. If you want to do it in one shot, read [[Bulk Create]].
 

Revision as of 00:17, 28 April 2009


First, note that you'll want to create accounts in Zimbra first before you do the migration. If you want to do it in one shot, read Bulk Create.

Migrating your users means you're going to have to deal with mail, calendar, contacts and passwords. This page used to be one monolithic monstrosity -- but has now been broken down into separate pages:

Please see User Migration Troubleshooting if you are having problems migrating data to your Zimbra installation.

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