upgrade from open source to network edition

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upgrade from open source to network edition

Postby krahni » Thu Jan 23, 2020 12:47 pm

hi,
just installed the 8.8.15 open source edition and configured completely and running well for two weeks - we decided to upgrade to network edition ...
is that so easy as i read about?
running on centos 7.7


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Re: upgrade from open source to network edition

Postby phoenix » Thu Jan 23, 2020 1:22 pm

krahni wrote:is that so easy as i read about?
Yes it is but then I don't know what you've read as you didn't tell us.;)
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Re: upgrade from open source to network edition

Postby krahni » Thu Jan 23, 2020 1:32 pm

sorry, didn't tell the truth ... was a german blogger video in youtube ... ;-)
just sent the license file to zimbra to check if our lifetime license is still valid ...
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Re: upgrade from open source to network edition

Postby imanudin11 » Fri Jan 24, 2020 2:10 am

krahni wrote:hi,
just installed the 8.8.15 open source edition and configured completely and running well for two weeks - we decided to upgrade to network edition ...
is that so easy as i read about?
running on centos 7.7

Hello,
From my experience, you can :
- Inplace upgrade
- Download Zimbra Binary NE for CentOS
- Extract and install
- If asking do you want to upgrade? select yes
- Then, you will be asked some package to be install that only available on Zimbra NE (archiving, zimbra-ng, etc)

Or, you can install a new Zimbra NE on another server. Then, migrate

BR,
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