According to zmprov, and Zimbra support, the wiki@ and domain_wiki@ accounts do not fill any function and are depreceated since quite a while back.
You would think the Zimbra upgrade/update scripts would warn about these and offer to remove them if they're no longer used
Does the Network Edition report script include these as to-pay-for-accounts in its report to Zimbra?
To avoid warnings in the Administrator Console after having removed these accounts, we also had to issue: zmprov md domain.com zimbraNotebookAccount "" (as the zimbra user of course). Doing so also displays a warning that this attribute has been depreceated since Zimbra 7.x (!).
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I'd assume they are system accounts and therefore not counted towards a 'licensed' account. Obviously the definitive answer would be from Zimbra Sales and/or Support.joho wrote:Does the Network Edition report script include these as to-pay-for-accounts in its report to Zimbra?
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