Migration from exchange2013 to zimbra 8.8!!

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Migration from exchange2013 to zimbra 8.8!!

Postby aswarola8 » Sun Oct 31, 2021 10:09 pm

Hello everyone!

I have Exchange Server 2013, but I want to migrate to Zimbra Collaboration Server 8.8.
I use imapsync for this.
There are identical users on both sides extreme@domain1.com and https://19216811.cam/ https://1921681001.id/

On the Zimbra side I run the script:
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imapsync --nosyncacls --subscribe --syncinternaldates \
--host1 --user1 extreme --password1 HelloExT --nosslcheck \
--host2 --user2 extreme@domain1.com --password2 HelloExT \
--regextrans2 's,^(Briefcase|Calendar|Contacts|Emailed Contacts|Notebook|Tasks)(?=/|$), $1 Folder,ig' \
--exclude '(?i)\b(Calendar|Contacts|Emailed Contacts|Notebook \Contacts|Contacts)\b'

and after this all letters are transmitted correctly!

But there are errors during migration Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Agenda.

Please advise how to migrate Calend

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Re: Migration from exchange2013 to zimbra 8.8!!

Postby 7224jobe » Mon Nov 01, 2021 4:47 pm

As far as I know is not possible to migrate Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Agenda using imapsync. You have to export every Address book, calendar, etc... from Outlook and then import them on zimbra using web interface or command line, one by one.
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Re: Migration from exchange2013 to zimbra 8.8!!

Postby Klug » Tue Nov 02, 2021 8:48 am

You can import PST one by one with the Zimbra provided tool, you'll get mails + calendars + contacts.
That's long because it's one by one.

Or you can use the (legacy) Exchange migration tool, provided by Zimbra too.
It does everything: provisioning, mails, calendars, contacts, etc.
You'll only have to deal with the "public folders" by hand (if you have some).
https://www.zimbra.com/downloads/zimbra ... ion-tools/

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