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How to export all the email addresses out from zcs?

Posted on 2011-02-20
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This is using Zimbra Collaboration Suite v6.0.8. There are up to 700 email addresses created. Just wondering is there a way to export this list of email addresses out?
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by:MCode151
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su - zimbra
zmprov gaa > accounts.txt

I've written a whole bunch of other methods to do the same (and more) here:
http://www.zimbra.com/forums/administrators/19968-solved-looking-reporting-output-names-accounts-lists-alias-etc.html#post99452
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*That link shows you how to get addresses besides the main account, such as related aliases as well.
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by:Balack
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Ok, will try it first...
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good
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