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Thursday, August 20, 2015

#zimbra client-side vs server-side calendar ICS exports for @MSFTExchange migration

Gotta give props to the guys at Zimbra.

Usually when there's client-side export method and a server-side export method, the results are different.

Here, exporting calendars as ICS gives exactly the same result regardless of doing it client-side (via Preferences-Import/Export)

Or server-side via zmmailbox

And here's the proof.  But stay tuned next week for some additional consequences of different clients on the Zimbra calendar and what it means for migrating calendars in a scheduling-centric enterprise.

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1 comment:

zyg said...

There actually IS a difference in that if you have attachments they will export client-side but not server-side.